Five percent of faculty are Latinx, a three percentage point increase since 2001.
Latinx students strive to preserve their identities at USC while finding community on campus.
Over the years, Latinx students have worked to claim a home on campus.
As racial categories evolve over time, the idea of what it means to be Latinx has continued to shift.
USC alumna Giuliana “Gugu” Olmos is the first Mexican woman tennis player to win a WTA title.
Art-ivista and alumnus Jose Richard Aviles engages with their community through dance.
With the elections around the corner, much is at stake for DACA recipients.
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 […]
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 […]