Trojan Jenean Glover devotes her time to empowering underrepresented creators and advocating for inclusive storytelling, programming and representation in top-level leadership.
USC Latino Alumni Association marks its 50th anniversary at a time of record-setting Latino enrollment.
Leaving her full-time job to pursue a higher degree was a bit of a risk for Karly Zrake, but it was the start of a whole new life.
Neil Siegel helped build technology from GPS to touch screens, earning him the nation’s highest honor for tech achievements.
Alumnus Richard Kluckow combines social work with statistics at the U.S. Department of Justice.
USC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION @ 100: In honor of this milestone, we’re revisiting some fascinating alumni we’ve profiled. Today, acclaimed cookbook author Vallery Lomas discusses how she left a law career to focus on baking — and won the Great American Baking Show.
USC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION @ 100: In honor of this milestone, we’re revisiting some fascinating alumni we’ve profiled. Today, spoken word artist David A. Romero shares his thoughts on speaking Spanish and passing as white in a starkly honest Q&A.
As part of Classical California, USC’s classical radio station KUSC reaches the largest music audiences in the country. Its DJs, listeners and collaborators talk about how that happened and what makes KUSC a valuable part of Trojan life.
Hydroplane, founded by Trojan Anita Sengupta, is getting attention for its sustainability-focused work.
Two students from the Keck School of Medicine of USC created a path to education by providing bikes to orphans worldwide.