Weather cancelations over the past four years have been due to hurricanes, tropical storms and even snow.
The Association of African American Students (AAAS) cookout, which was held virtually over Zoom Friday night, was hacked with racist slurs, images and curse words.
The Proving Ground compeition saw a variety of apps, software and business plans from USC students and alumni. Judges reviewed the competitors concepts and chose the winners and runners-up.
Economists and career advisers detail the economic situation USC students will face when they graduate.
President Bob Caslen sent students a survey April 14 that asked about students’ willingness to return to campus in the fall, use of virtual resources and COVID-19 concerns.
USC has extended online learning through Aug. 1, with no in-person classes or labs happening on campus through the summer II session.
The university expects $20 to $40 million in losses due to the coronavirus. The board of trustees discussed this financial impact as well as plans to save money at an ad hoc finance committee meeting Tuesday.
The faculty senate is considering a pass/fail option for undergraduates this semester, which would allow students to request a pass/fail option after semester grades have been submitted.
Blackboard and USC bolster their support services in response to COVID-19 and the switch to online learning.
USC education students will be able to graduate and receive teacher certification on time due to a state Board of Education decision regarding in-classroom training.