Divisions mark the 4,752 square miles that comprise what we consider to be “Los Angeles.” After all, the county includes 158 cities. And the city itself is composed of 87 neighborhoods. What’s more, most neighborhoods have a definite character that carries with it various perceptions and stereotypes. The University Park Campus, in many ways, is […]
USG Senate voted unanimously to support the creation of a new Veterans Resource Center.
The $35 million renovations, which aim to improve the Health Science Campus and the surrounding area, will be completed in 2015.
In response to security measures Dear USC community, The purpose of this letter is to oppose recent actions taken by the Office of the President: 1. Installation of fencing on north perimeter of University Park Campus 2. Failure to promptly notify the USC community of temporary fencing 3. Creation of after-hours access periods from 9 […]
The Dept. of Public Safety, along with Student Affairs, plans to implement new security measures related to entering the University Park Campus and residential halls, effective the beginning of the 2013 spring semester. Though the Halloween shooting on campus that left four people injured sped up the implementation of these new measures, the departments had […]
The eight-story housing complex will be managed by Peak Campus Management, which does not plan to make any major changes.
Reporting from Wednesday night’s shooting indicates a need to be careful with breaking news online.
The number of burglaries, robberies and weapon-law referrals rose in 2011, while liquor and drug offenses decreased.
Students participated in and helped organize the event, which closed off streets for bikers.
Police officers stationed near campus have begun citing students for traffic violations.