• Two More SoCal Universities Announce Anti-Coronavirus Measures

    Two more local universities — Pepperdine and Cal State Long Beach — joined UCLA and USC Wednesday in announcing measures to combat the coronavirus, moving toward holding all online classes. UCLA suspended all in-person classes “wherever possible” beginning Wednesday and continuing through April 10 in response to concerns about coronavirus, while USC began three days […]

  • Hot Pockets heiress Michelle Janavs sentenced to 5 months imprisonment in college admissions scam

    (CNN) — Former food company executive Michelle Janavs was sentenced to five months in prison Tuesday for paying bribes in the college admissions scam, the US Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts said. Janavs, whose family invented Hot Pockets, paid the scheme’s mastermind, Rick Singer, $100,000 to cheat on two of her daughters’ ACTs, and agreed to pay […]

  • USC to Face Iowa in Holiday Bowl

    USC and its record-setting freshman quarterback Kedon Slovis will face a strong Iowa defense in Friday’s Holiday Bowl at SDCCU Stadium in San Diego. Slovis had a school-record four 400-yard passing games after becoming the starting quarterback in the second game of the season in place of the injured JT Daniels. The Trojans are fifth […]

  • Jim Hardy, Oldest Living USC and Rams Player, Dies at 96

    Longtime La Quinta resident, and the oldest living member of the inaugural 1946 Los Angeles Rams, Jim Hardy passed away at the age of 96. His family tells NBC Palm Springs, Mr. Hardy was surrounded by loved ones when he passed. Hardy was selected eighth in the first round of the 1945 NFL draft by […]

  • It’s Official. United Airlines and USC Agree on LA Coliseum Naming Deal

    United Airlines and the University of Southern California have reached a new naming rights agreement for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum to resolve criticism that putting a corporate name on the stadium disrespects its role as a World War I monument. The pact announced Friday by the company and the school names the playing field, not […]

  • Chinese family allegedly paid $6.5 million to get daughter into Stanford

    The family of a Chinese student allegedly paid $6.5 million to the ringleader of the college admissions scandal to get their daughter into Stanford University, a person with direct knowledge of the matter told NBC News. The parents of the student, identified as Yusi Zhao, have not been charged. They were referred to the scam’s ringleader, William […]

  • USC Medical Program Loses National Accreditation

    The University of Southern California is losing national accreditation for a medical training program dogged by allegations of sexual misconduct. The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education notified USC and Los Angeles County this week that their joint-run fellowship in cardiovascular disease will be stripped of accreditation next year. The decision is final and would […]

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