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Four NCAA Basketball Coaches Among Ten Charged with Fraud, Corruption

NEW YORK – (AP) — Four assistant basketball coaches from Arizona, Auburn, the University of Southern California and Oklahoma State were among those arrested on federal corruption charges Tuesday after they were caught taking thousands of dollars in bribes to steer NBA-destined college stars toward certain sports agents and financial advisers, authorities said.

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USC Student Acquitted of Rape; May Still Face Campus Discipline

Last week, after reviewing evidence from security footage, a California judge dropped charges against University of Southern California (USC) student Armaan Premjee, 20, after finding that his female accuser was the party that initiated the sexual encounter.

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Sex, Drugs Scandal Ensnare USC Medical Dean

The former dean of the University of Southern California’s (USC) medical school was placed on leave and is under investigation after it was discovered that he led a secret life riddled with sex and hardcore drugs.

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Stanford Beats Cal, USC Beats UCLA at 2016 Summer Olympics

The ongoing rivalry between the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and the University of Southern California (USC) has yielded another victory to USC, with the Trojans earning more Olympic medals from the Rio Summer Games than their Bruin counterparts. But Stanford stands alone on top, with 27 medals, according to one count.

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Study: Liberal Hollywood Excludes Women, Minorities & LGBT People

A study released on Monday by the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism finds that Hollywood’s problems with diversity are the result of the entire industry discriminating against women, minorities, and and the LGBT community.

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Pat Haden Steps Down as USC Athletic Director

From the Los Angeles Times: Pat Haden, the athletic director who steered USC through NCAA sanctions but was plagued by turmoil in recent months, will retire in June. The former USC quarterback’s five-plus years leading the department were marked by

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USC ‘Consent Carnival’ Features Bouncy House of Sex

Student groups at the University of Southern California hosted a “consent carnival” last Thursday that included an obstacle course of sexual consent, which one student equated to “having sex with a bouncy house.”

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USC Drops Sexual Questions from Mandatory Class

The University of Southern California (USC) on Tuesday dropped several “intrusive” and invasive personal questions, which asked students about their sexual activity, from a mandatory online course.

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Ben Shapiro Warns USC of ‘Islamic Agenda’ on Campus

Breitbart Senior Editor-at-Large and DailyWire.com Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro is set to deliver a lecture at the racial turmoil-beset University of Missouri campus Thursday evening. But before he left for Mizzou, Shapiro warmed up Wednesday night by speaking to University of Southern California students about the rise of anti-Israel bias on college campuses nationwide.

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USC Caves to Protests; $200k for ‘Diversity’

On Monday, school officials at the University of Southern California yielded to pressure from students and announced they would begin taking steps to implement more “diversity” programs on campus.

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Ferguson Effect: ‘Million Student March’ Hits USC

Students at the University of Southern California gathered in solidarity with “Mizzou,” Yale and a slew of other campuses throughout the United States in a demonstration calling itself the “Million Student March” on Thursday to protest against alleged gentrification, racism and white privilege on campus grounds.

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Ferguson Effect: The Original 1968-1969 SF State Strike

On the 47th anniversary of the landmark San Francisco State Strike, radical student movements, propelled by protest over the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri last year, have again swept universities from coast to coast.

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Poll: Bay Area Optimistic, Rest of California Not

The latest USC Dornsife/L.A. Times Poll found a sharp divide separates the economic optimism of upscale coastal elites and the anxiety of financially stressed Californians.

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Ferguson Effect: USC Passes ‘Diversity’ Resolution

The University of Southern California student senate passed a controversial “diversity” resolution Tuesday evening–the latest example of the “Ferguson effect” that is seizing campuses around the nation.

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The Ferguson Effect: USC to Vote on ‘Diversity’ Resolution

The “Ferguson effect” appears to be spreading from the University of Missouri to other campuses. On Tuesday, USC’s student body will vote on a controversial campus resolution urging $100 million be spent on mandatory diversity classes to create an “inclusion climate” on campus.

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USC Students Debate, Delay Vote on Mandatory ‘Diversity’ Classes

Following three hours of heated and emotionally-charged public discussion at the University of Southern California on Tuesday evening, student Senators ultimately decided to postpone the vote on a controversial campus resolution urging $100 million be spent on mandatory diversity classes and to create an “inclusion climate” on campus.

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USC Students Demand Mandatory Diversity Classes

On Tuesday, the USC Student Government (USG) is slated to vote on a resolution that will seek to “improve the diversity, equity, and inclusion climate on campus” and asks for $100 million to go towards a scholarship fund to help “underrepresented” groups be better recognized.