Tag Archive for: summer-2022
Student Health advises testing for returning students and faculty one to two days before arrival to campus.
The federal investigation into the University’s response to harassment in 2020 could support ongoing efforts to fight antisemitism at USC.
After an agreement was reached June 5, residents are calling on L.A. County to move forward with its ratification more than seven weeks later.
In an effort to help protect reproductive rights following the repeal of Roe v. Wade, Emma Stellar launched an online fundraiser that has raised more than $5,000.
Both USC and crosstown rivals UCLA will be making the move in 2024.
As severe drought conditions persist, the University looks to continue to reduce outdoor watering.
Laura Janke and Ali Khosroshanin, who created false athletic profiles, and the Isacksons, who paid for their daughters’ admittance to USC and UCLA, all avoided prison time.
The United States continues to regress back to bigoted times after taking away the right to safe abortions.
Created by two professors, the L.A. Plaza Cocina Museum exhibit showcases stories of grandmothers and their dishes.
Price increases across the nation continue to affect cost of living, housing availability and job prospects for students.