As Los Angeles County and UPC Campus continue to see a trend in decreasing cases, the University is preparing for an in-person spring semester, with contingency plans for a virtual format.
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health Sciences continues to focus its efforts on the student body through substance abuse research and strategies for coping during the pandemic.
The organization and its volunteers have conducted eight water drops to date.
Disability Services and Programs at USC implemented virtual assistance services to improve accessibility.
USC Student Health and local health officials are expecting an increase in positive cases from Labor Day weekend.
When USC announced its Undergraduate Living-at-Home Scholarship mid-July, students who opted to stay home faced scholarship displacement in their financial aid package. Through @AffordableSC, students have mobilized to demand USC to make its education more accessible and affordable to all.
A surge in positive coronavirus cases has resulted from a number of gatherings violating social distancing guidelines around the USC community. Podcast editor Eduardo Ocampo talks to Daily Trojan news editor Shaylee Navarro about how students around the community have been feeling about the parties as well as how USC is responding to the ongoing […]
Marlee Roberts’ teleplay “Unnatural Selection” is a Humanitas Carol Mendelsohn College Drama Fellowship finalist.
The lawsuit brings the total number of plaintiffs who have opted out of the $215 million class action settlement to more than 800.
The stations are designed to accommodate social distancing guidelines while visitors are on campus.