More Women Come Forward With Allegations Against Former USC Gynecologist George TyndallGeorge Tyndall was placed on leave by the university in 2016 and was allowed to retire with a financial settlement in 2017. He has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.
USC Reports First Cases Of On-Campus Coronavirus, Contract Tracing Under WayDays after reporting dozens of coronavirus cases from the University of Southern California community, the university is now announcing that it has had its first on-campus coronavirus cases.
USC To Pause Football, Men's Water Polo After Multiple Positive Coronavirus TestsThe University of Southern California is putting a temporary stop to workouts for football and men's water polo due to recent coronavirus cases.
USC Scales Back On-Campus Reopening Plans For Fall Term Due To CoronavirusThe University of Southern California released details on Wednesday that classes will resume in the fall with completely online instruction, with some limited exceptions for clinical education.
Former USC Gynecologist George Tyndall Pleads Not Guilty To New ChargesIf convicted as charged, Tyndall could face up to 64 years in a state prison, according to the D.A.'s office.
USC Says Fall Semester To Be Conducted Primarily Online; On-Campus Housing Will Be LimitedThe university said the move came due to ever-changing public health guidelines and the fact that Los Angeles County had yet to approve the school's plans to return to full campus operations.
Former Chargers, USC Lineman Max Tuerk Dies At 26 While Hiking In Cleveland National ForestTuerk was on a hike with his parents in the Cleveland National Forest when he died.
USC Removes Name Of Rufus Von KleinSmid, Longtime President And Eugenics Supporter, From BuildingThe name, as well as a bust of Rufus Von KleinSmid, was removed from the Center for International and Public Affairs building after the executive committee of the USC Board of Trustees unanimously approved the measure Wednesday.
USC Expected To Begin Fall Semester With In-Person Instruction Aug. 17The University of Southern California announced that it plans to begin its in-person fall semester on Aug. 17, one week earlier than originally scheduled.
Coronavirus: Second Lawsuit Filed Against USC For Refusing To Issue Refunds Of Campus FeesFor the second time this week, a lawsuit has been filed against the University of Southern California alleging that it is profiting from the coronavirus pandemic by refusing to issue partial refunds for spring semester fees.
Coronavirus: USC Sued After Refusing To Issue Refunds Of Campus FeesIn a class action lawsuit filed Tuesday, the plaintiffs say that the university is profiting off of the coronavirus pandemic by not issuing refunds to students for unused portions of spring semester fees.