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.
The Undergraduate Student Government Senate has endorsed a new sustainability plan that aims to conserve energy and other resources on campus. The Sustainability 2030 Resolution passed by a unanimous vote at the USG meeting on Tuesday after an initial proposal by the Academic Senate Sustainability Taskforce. While USC has already adopted a Sustainability 2020 Plan, […]
The fifth annual festival featured a lineup of female musicians and booth vendors.
After an extended debate, Undergraduate Student Government Senators voted to approve USG President Austin Dunn’s appointees for USG Director positions at the Senate meeting on Tuesday.
Following the inauguration, the new governing board led its first Senate meeting.
Saucedo explained the changes and mobilization under his administration.
If Los Angeles's bid to host the Olympics in 2024 is accepted, then LA will be the first American city to host the Olympics in over a decade
USG President-elect Austin Dunn and USG Vice President-elect Morgan Monahan announced the USG Executive Officers for the 2017-2018 school year at the USG meeting on Tuesday.
Daniel Million said he felt that the organization was unfair and not inclusive.