Students provide their opinions on USC’s new dining options midway through the semester.
Two sororities and the Center for Women and Men sponsor Domestic Violence Awareness Week to try to prevent abuse.
When considering what college to attend, prospective students pay close attention to a place’s aesthetics and living conditions. Often, one of the major aspects they consider is the food in the school’s dining halls. Last spring, I came to campus as a prospective student for the “Explore USC” program. I remember having dinner at EVK […]
USC should make fresh food and non-bottled water more accessible. I strongly agree with Tim Clayton’s opinion column “USC promotes healthy eating, doesn’t deliver,” published Feb. 7. Though the university might encourage nutrition with its words, it fails to make healthy food available and affordable for students. USC Hospitality should immediately make two sweeping policy […]
USC Hospitality said the eatery will be much like Whole Foods in appearance and food offered.
Hospitality administration said they first tracked the traffic of students dining.
Making meal plans mandatory wrongly dismisses alternative eating habits for students.
The university has begun expanding the number of residential colleges to enhance undergraduate housing.
The hotel functioned as student housing from fall 2001 to spring of last year.
Strives must be made on both sides to help foreign students feel at home.