Shangela, a former contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race on Logo, performs as part of “USC is Burning” in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center Ball Room on Friday. The event, sponsored by GPSS, LGBT Resources and QuASA, was loosely based on Paris is Burning, a documentary about drag culture in Bronx, NY in the 1980s.
USC’s Graduate and Professional Student Senate, in partnership with USC Transportation and Los Angeles County Metro, has launched a program that provides discounted Metro TAP cards to full-time graduate students. A launch party took place at The Lab Gastropub on Oct. 20. Typically, Metro TAP cards for students cost about $75 for 9 weeks. Under […]
For $25, graduate students can purchase a pass for all Metro services valid until Dec. 16.
The program is intended to help graduate students stay up to date with new technology.
Members of the Strategic Planning Committee hope to submit a draft by this coming summer.
Candidates hope to improve transparency for all financial transactions and budgeting.
Metro has agreed to lower the rate for USC graduate students to $8.63 per semester.
The board elections will occur one month earlier so elected candidates can better adjust.
Presenters at conferences will receive priority when it comes to funding from the initiative.
GPSS officers plan to focus on activities that bring more graduate students together.