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USC’s Asian community accounts for about 23 percent of the university’s student population.
Bryan Barnes and Javier Bolden will stand trial for first-degree murder.
The last year at USC has been marked by two major violent crimes: the tragic killings of two graduate students in April and the shooting on Halloween night. USC was also marked by increased security measures, both on and off campus. The Los Angeles Police Department added extra patrols in addition to 30 officers, a […]
Preparations for the preliminary hearing of two suspects accused of killing two USC graduate students in April are moving forward as scheduled, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Shelly Torri Alba confirmed at a short hearing on Tuesday. Bryan Barnes, 20, and Javier Bolden, 19, were arrested in May and charged with first-degree murder in connection […]
Three USC students created a film to honor the deaths of Ying Wu and Ming Qu.
In a statement posted Thursday, USC President C. L. Max Nikias addressed the shootings that occurred on campus and assured parents and students of USC’s continued safety. Nikias wrote that the individuals involved in the shooting were not affiliated with the university. USC’s policy allows student parties to be open to USC students and students […]
The two men charged with the murder of two USC students will return to court on Nov. 20.
The university’s Master Plan will bring much-needed changes in safety, as well as key growth to USC and the neighboring area.
Two men charged in the killing of two USC graduate students pleaded not guilty Wednesday to all charges. Bryan Barnes, 20, and Javier Bolden, 19, were arrested in May for the deaths of Ming Qu and Ying Wu, graduate students studying electrical engineering. Qu and Wu were 23. Barnes and Bolden are being held without […]
Racial profiling has no place in our evaluation of the community, regardless of tragic crimes.