Tag Archive for: we are considerate campaign
Nothing seems to attract more attention from the USC administration than bikes. Over the past several years, it has attempted to implement countless bike policies, including the most recent one designating bike lanes along Trousdale Parkway as part of the “We are Considerate. We are USC.” campaign. The bike issue, however, is an exaggerated problem […]
Bike lanes are a positive step forward
Considerate should not be overlooked as a Trojan trait
in Blogs, Viewpoints (Old)
Faithful, scholarly, skillful, courageous, ambitious: the five traits of a Trojan. We all learned them at Orientation, and we all see them waving proudly above our heads on the newly renovated Trousdale Parkway.
Letters to the editor
By Daily Trojan Staff
1 Comment/in Opinion
Relay for Life exemplifies alcohol-free fundraising. In response to the article “Charity events can raise more funds without alcohol” on Jan. 24, there are a number of charity events and organizations on campus that are alcohol-free. One of these is Relay for Life, which raises money for the American Cancer Society. Every year, more than […]
Students approve new bike campaign
By KENNY LEE
2 Comments/in News
The university launched a campaign Tuesday aimed at changing bike culture.
USC’s flexible approach to bikes progressive
By DANIEL GRZYWACZ
4 Comments/in Columns, Featured, Opinion
The walk to class every day is surprisingly tricky. Anyone who has walked on campus knows to be aware of the multitude of wheeled vehicles that weave precariously among pedestrians in a frenzied mesh of near-collisions and last-gasp rushes for the start of class. USC has had a longstanding bike problem, and the few changes […]
Podcast: ‘We Are Considerate’ Campaign
By Kastalia Medrano
in Blogs, CampusNow
Undergraduate Student Body President Monish Tyagi and Daily Trojan News Editor Rachel Bracker discuss the new bike campaign on campus.