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The Hidden Opponent founder Victoria Garrick gestures out to the audience during her question-and-answer session with Avi Carson 22 and Mental Performance Coach Kat Scardino.

Mental health nonprofit founder speaks to students

Lucas Cohen-d'Arbeloff March 26, 2022

The Hidden Opponent founder Victoria Garrick spoke to students about mental health during Community Flex Time on Thursday. Garrick played volleyball at the University of Southern California before becoming...

Jones speaks at USC’s Gould Law

Annabelle Nickoll December 15, 2020

Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Associate Director of Admission Janine Jones  spoke about implicit bias and microaggressions  at a virtual educational event held by the University...

Abbie Howell 18 discusses gun violence with community leaders at USC. Credit: Jenny Li/Chronicle

Senior conducts meeting on gun violence

Jenny Li May 20, 2018

Abbie Howell ’18 led a strategy meeting discussing gun violence with Jacqueline Thompson, Senior Counsel to Congressmember Karen Bass, at the University of Southern California on Saturday. Participants...

Douglass sizes up an opposing team member. Despite only one year and 11 games of playing, Douglass has received offers from many college football programs and is nationally ranked as an offensive tackle.

Offensive lineman commits to USC

Lucas Gelfond August 31, 2017

Offensive lineman Liam Douglas '18 committed to play football for the University of Southern California on June 19, signing to the Trojans just hours after he was offered. Douglass is the second Harvard-Westlake...

Liam Douglass ’18 commits to USC

Matthew Yam June 20, 2017

Offensive lineman Liam Douglass '18 committed to attend and play football for the University of Southern California on Monday night. Douglass signed to the Trojans just hours after he was offered, citing...

USC Professor Ange-Marie Hancock speaks to students at an all-school assembly Monday. Credit: Teresa Suh/Chronicle

Professor sheds light on implicit biases at assembly

Danielle Spitz March 1, 2016

University of Southern California professor Ange-Marie Hancock discussed implicit bias, stereotypes and deep political solidarity at an all-school assembly Monday. The Black Leadership, Awareness and...

Picture published with permission of Kat Calvert.

Pros of staying close for college, despite ‘eastern-centric’ culture

Sabrina de Brito January 31, 2016

When Kat Calvert ’15 was accepted to UCLA, she was at first a little hesitant about the prospect of attending a college less than 25 minutes from her house. Both of her parents went to the school, and...

JSA to participate in USC conference

Indu Pandey October 7, 2015

The Junior State of America club will participate in their first conference Oct. 11 at the University of Southern California. The theme of the debate will be “Legislating Liberty” and will focus on...

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