The University of Southern California is embroiled in a crisis that once again reminds us how much institutions would rather duck and weave than address a problem head-on. This leads to the all-too-common drip-drip-drip release of information that should have been gushed out in the first place. In the current and lurid situation, USC went from “no comment” to “nothing to see here” to “wow, we really could have done better.”
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