Did USC Rescind Its Minors Policy?

USC unveiled a controversial new policy last week that seemed to prohibit minors from coming to campus except “for authorized events only, such as “bring your child to work” events or family-friendly gatherings to which minors are explicitly welcome.”

Well, after this blog and others spotlighted the new policy, something changed: When you go to the link for the new policy, it instead reverts to the policy on minors that was created in 2012.

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4 thoughts on “Did USC Rescind Its Minors Policy?

  1. Thanks a lot, Scott! Now I’ll have to look at children taking selfies in front of our beloved Tommy Trojan statue again.
    #USCShouldHaveStoodItsGround…..
    #…ForTheCommonGood…

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      1. Ha! You’re probably right, Alv….
        #…They’reReallyDedicatedToEmbarassingThemselves

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  2. I was gonna’ ask a question regarding this policy and that is, how could the Board of Trustees get on campus since they act like minors? They did not hold anyone accountable and it cost USC hundreds of millions. I think it should be taken out of their salary if they get one and help pay for the debacle.

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