President Folt announced the grading option on Instagram Wednesday along with an update on spring semester activities.
Armenian students urge USC administration to speak out on the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh
News editor Ana Mata speaks with art-ivista and alumnus Jose Richard Aviles about their upbringing in South Central Los Angeles and how it has shaped their work in dance and poetry. They also talk about their recently published book “Semilla – a Collection of Poems” and its connection to social justice and art. Music by […]
The civil rights leader was the final speaker during the Latinx Heritage Month series.
Sports editor David Ramirez speaks with USC alum and pro tennis player Giuliana “GuGu” Olmos about her tennis career as well as her Austrian and Mexican upbringing. They also discuss how the tennis program at USC guided her in ultimately becoming a professional. Music by Joakim Karud. Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 8:42 p.m.: Correction: A […]
The resolution urges Los Angeles City Council to provide rent subsidies to college students unable to terminate leases.
It’s time to fully embrace intellectual curiosity –– USC should more strongly emphasize academic exploration and customization.
Public health disparities will continue until drug abuse is viewed as a valid chronic disease.
The minor, News and Information, was designed to make journalists equipped to work in a “modern media landscape.”
Putting The “I” In Immigrant: Racial transparency is pertinent in creating substantive inclusion initiatives
Instead of gifting us 30 days of inclusion, allow marginalized populations a seat at the table, a page in the history books and a place to call home that is accepting of our identity and history.