USC is dominating the invitational overall, with Trent Pellini’s 51.63 100 breast among the school’s top swims so far.
College Football Playoff Selection Committee Chair Gary Barta participated in a teleconference with reporters following the third release of CFP rankings.
1. Georgia (10-0) 2. Alabama (9-1) 3. Oregon (9-1) 4. Ohio State (9-1) 5. Cincinnati (10-0) 6. Michigan (9-1) 7. Michigan State (9-1) 8. Notre Dame (9-1) 9. Oklahoma State (9-1) 10. Wake Forest (9-1) 11. Baylor (8-2) 12. Ole Miss (8-2) 13. Oklahoma (9-1) 14. BYU (8-2) 15. Wisconsin (7-3) 16. Texas A&M (7-3) 17. Iowa (8-2) 18. Pittsburgh (8-2) 19. San Diego State (9-1) 20. North Carolina State (7-3) 21. Arkansas (7-3) 22. UTSA (University of Texas-San Antonio) (10-0) 23. Utah (7-3) 24. Houston (9-1) 25. Mississippi State (6-4) Golden State Warriors- 117 Brooklyn Nets- 99 Philadelphia 76ers- 85 Utah Jazz- 120 San Antonio Spurs- 92 Los Angeles Clippers- 106 Calgary Flames- 1 Philadelphia Flyers- 2 overtime New York Islanders- 1 Florida Panthers- 6 Buffalo Sabres- 2 Pittsburgh Penguins- 1 Nashville Predators- 0 Toronto Maple Leafs- 3 Montreal Canadiens- 2 New York Rangers- 3 San Jose Sharks- 4 Minnesota Wild- 1 Arizona Coyotes- 3 St. Louis Blues- 2 Edmonton Oilers- 2 Winnipeg Jets- 5 Detroit Red Wings- 2 Dallas Stars- 5 Washington Capitals- 2 Anaheim Ducks- 3 overtime Carolina Hurricanes- 4 Vegas Golden Knights- 2
The Pac-12 leaders are road underdogs this week in primetime. Oregon, however, has the means to get out of Utah with another big victory.
Recognizing that Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are a critical driver of the talent needed to meet this demand, the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism andViacomCBShave created a new scholarship…
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Rick Montanez reports on Patrick Bolden-Smith who went missing after being discharged from County-USC Medical Center Sunday after undergoing a mental health evaluation. After days of searching, his mother discovered he is back in the hospital and in police custody, facing felony charges.
USCFootball.com reporters Shotgun Spratling and Keely Eure have the news and notes following USC’s Wednesday practice of UCLA Week.
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After months of pandemic isolation, Kris Hotchkiss expected a celebratory return to campus for his senior year at UC Santa Barbara. Instead, he and hundreds of fellow students have found themselves hammered by another crisis: a major housing crunch. Hotchkiss had to endure a leaking roof, soggy bedding and power failure that shut down the ceiling fan, refrigerator and lights for six weeks. He has no shower or toilet. That’s because he lives in a van — the only affordable shelter he could find.“I was upset, stressed, hopeless that I couldn’t find any affordable housing, ” said Hotchkiss, a communication major from Camarillo. “It sometimes sucks” to live in a van, he said, “but there was no other choice. ”Recent news about UC Santa Barbara’s plans to build a 4, 500-bed mega-dorm with tiny rooms and few windows — derisively dubbed “Dormzilla” — sparked outrage and national headlines. But the more urgent problem is a campus affordable housing crisis hitting thousands of students across California’s three public university systems — leaving some unsheltered, others with mounting debt burdens and many filled with anxiety and stress. More than 16, 000 students at the University of California and California State University were on waitlists for housing this fall, despite construction of 36, 000 beds by both systems since 2015, according to a new report by the state Legislative Analyst’s Office. UC Berkeley alone turned away more than 5, 500 housing requests this fall, and 40% of undergraduates are unable to live in the city due to scarce supply and high rents, the campus reports. For the California Community Colleges system, only 12 of 116 campuses have housing programs, which shelter 2, 400 students, an Assembly subcommittee memo said. The campuses traditionally weren’t meant to offer residential life for commuter students. But the need is so high, with 20% of community college students reporting homelessness, that 81 colleges have submitted applications for new state housing grants to plan or construct dorm projects. Desperate to address the hardship, Long Beach City College rolled out a pilot program this month to allow 15 students living in cars to park overnight in a campus parking structure. So far, two students are sleeping in their cars on campus and nine more have applied. The idea has been rejected elsewhere, including at UC Santa Cruz, where then-Chancellor George Blumenthal said the campus had better alternatives than what he feared would create a “huge headache” with the need for security and 24/7 access to campus toilets and showers. The growing housing stresses are rooted in a confluence of factors. Under political pressure to boost enrollment, UC added 27, 583 undergraduates — but about 22, 000 beds — since 2015. Community protests, environmental concerns and litigation have slowed down or halted at least six UC housing projects in the last three years. The pandemic has also played a role.All data is taken from the source: http://latimes.comArticle Link: https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2021-11-12/california-housing-crisis-hits-unhoused-college-students#housing #newstv #newsworld #newstodaylocal #newstodayupdate #newstodayfox #
This recorded event showcases our Cardiology services at Keck USC and USC Verdugo Hills Hospital. We will be sharing the latest news on our IR Cath lab – Interventional Radiology Catheterization lab being built at USC Verdugo Hills Hospital.Presentations:Acute Coronary Syndromes: How to Deal with Getting More Blood to the Heart without a TransfusionAntreas Hindoyan, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Interventional CardiologyUSC Verdugo Hills Hospital Services – The Latest NewsIR Cath lab – Interventional Radiology Catheterization labJessica Thomas, MSN, RN, Associate Administrator, Nursing Administration
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