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Students demand USC listen to their ideas after Tyndall scandal

Diana Vargas takes part in a USC class that set out to investigate the university's abuse scandal and propose reforms.
Diana Vargas takes part in a USC class that set out to investigate the university's abuse scandal and propose reforms.
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Students who complained of sexual abuse by the former campus gynecologist say they were ignored for years by the university. After the scandal broke, USC's initial efforts to address the problem didn’t include students. One class at USC this semester worked to change that.