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USC president steps down in wake of sex-abuse scandal

University of Southern California President C. L. Max Nikias stepped down Tuesday in the wake of a sex-abuse scandal involving a campus gynecologist in which school administrators faced criticism they..
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle Times

Les Moonves Suspended From Board of USC School of Cinematic Arts

Les Moonves has been suspended from his position on the Board of Councilors at the USC’s School of Cinematic Arts. “The USC School of Cinematic Arts has suspended Les Moonves from its Board of..
The Wrap - Published

Les Moonves Asks USC Media Center to ‘Temporarily’ Stop Using His Name (Exclusive)

les moonves asks usc media center to ‘temporarily’ stop using his name (exclusive)
Les Moonves and wife Julie Chen have asked USC Annenberg’s Julie Chen/Leslie Moonves and CBS Media Center to “temporarily suspend” use of their names until CBS concludes its investigation into..
The Wrap - Published

Why can't a university president raise billions of dollars and protect students at the same time?

To the editor: Why was it necessary for the success of USC’s recent $6-billion fundraising campaign to ignore students’ and nurses’ complaints about ex-USC gyncologist Dr. George Tyndall? Why did..
L.A. Times - Published

Why no one should be 'thrilled' or 'elated' over the downfall of Max Nikias at USC

In the midst of the rush to judgment of USC President C.L. Max Nikias by people who are “thrilled” and “elated” with his downfall, his enormous achievements at the university have been ignored..
L.A. Times - Published

With Nikias stepping down, USC students and faculty say they want more transparent, ethical leadership

When Vanessa Schwartz learned on Friday that USC President C.L. Max Nikias would be stepping down, she took a long, deep breath. Elation washed over her. In the days since The Times published an..
L.A. Times - Published

USC had lost its moral compass. Changes at the top were long overdue

He’s out. It looked for a while as though USC President C.L. Max Nikias might survive a series of headline-making scandals that have rocked his prestigious university, which draws students from..
L.A. Times - Published

Essential California: USC President Nikias steps down amid uproar

Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It is Saturday, May 26. Here’s what you don’t want to miss this weekend: TOP STORIES USC President C.L. Max Nikias, whose..
L.A. Times - Published

A scandal-plagued president steps down, and USC aims to restore the trust it has lost

Technically speaking, it was a coincidence that USC President C.L. Max Nikias agreed to step down on the same day that disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein surrendered himself to a courtroom in lower..
L.A. Times - Published

Nikias' tenure as USC president was marked by growth and scandal

Just as C.L. Max Nikias was about to assume the responsibilities as the University of Southern California’s president in 2010, the university was reeling from NCAA sanctions levied against its..
L.A. Times - Published

Max Nikias rightly resigns from USC, but his departure alone won't solve the school’s problems

Facing growing anger over two appalling and damaging scandals that have thrown the campus into disarray, the University of Southern California’s Board of Trustees announced Friday evening that..
L.A. Times - Published

USC President C.L. Max Nikias Stepping Down Amid Gynecologist Scandal

A prolific fundraiser who had held the confidence of the Board of Trustees, Nikias faced mounting opposition from faculty who demanded his resignation.
NPR - Published Also reported by •Wall Street JournalL.A. Times

Nikias is out as USC president: A timeline of his troubled tenure

A timeline of scandals during the tenure of C.L. Max Nikias, who is stepping down as USC's president.
L.A. Times - Published

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