The student governments released a statement to the USC community Thursday.
Student leaders spoke about mental health and campus diversity among other things.
The unanimous decision came after a heated debate at a meeting two weeks ago.
The competition aims to increase voter participation among college students.
After a year of scandals, Engemann officials and students alike are working toward a more attentive and supportive campus.
Tension rose at the meeting when the creation of a special committee was proposed.
The new class will feature TED talk-style lectures with professors and Q&As.
The Undergraduate Student Government has spent three years attempting to implement a fall break into the academic calendar. In April, USG presented evidence supporting the mental health benefits students would reap from a fall break to the Academic Senate, which unanimously voted in favor of the proposal. The proposal will be presented to President C. […]
After safety issues at Springfest, the Concerts Committee’s budget will increase nearly $25,000 for the 2017-2018 school year.