Every year, the incoming and outgoing Presidents and Vice Presidents of the Graduate Student Government (GSG) and Undergraduate Student Government (USG) are invited to the USC Trustee Retreat over a March weekend. Because the GSG retreat sometimes coincides with Trustee Retreat, we don’t get the chance to go. Luckily, this past weekend was free, so we were all in attendance … Read More

This year, one of the most widespread and stacked committees was formed to address student health and wellness issues through implementation of policy, enforcement of established procedures, and alignment of all ongoing efforts. Co-chaired by the Vice President of Student Affairs, Associate Vice Provost of Student Health & Chief Health Officer, and the Vice Provost for Campus Wellness & Crisis … Read More

Posted: March 21, 2018, 2:37pm For the third time since joining USC’s Graduate Student Government (GSG), I had the opportunity to go to Washington, D.C. to advocate on behalf of our 23,000+ graduate students. On this specific trip, we met with the offices of the following Californian congressmen and congresswomen: Senator Kamala Harris Senator Dianne Feinstein Representative Tony Cardenas Representative … Read More

McKinsey Spark!

Posted: February 7, 2018, 12:13pm For a while now, I’ve been following McKinsey & Company’s efforts in developing strong female leaders and encouraging women to connect with one another. When I learned about their McKinsey Spark series through their newsletter, I was extremely excited to participate! Through their various live and virtual events, current and ex-employees specifically address women in … Read More

Posted: January 10, 2018, 4:32pm Before winter break, Niki and Max Nikias, the President of USC, invited many undergraduate and graduate student leaders to their beautiful home in San Marino to celebrate the semester and mingle with each other. Although many of my friends had visited before for Thanksgiving, this was my first time touring the President’s house. Under a … Read More

Posted: October 20, 2017, 5:04pm   As the social and political tensions in the country continue to rise, I’ve become ever more aware of unique challenges that affect the many different populations of Americans and students on campus. Although I wasn’t involved in cultural groups on campus as an undergraduate, I started this school year seeking a group that could help … Read More