A gift from Lear and his wife established USC Annenberg’s Norman Lear Center, which explores the impact of entertainment on society.
USC experts have developed an AI tool that could help homeless service agencies avoid potential biases in housing allocation.
Program speakers pay tribute to those lost to AIDS and stress the importance of knowing your HIV status.
The honor recognizes leaders from across Southern California for their dedication to equity and advocacy across industries.
Chase Millsap co-directed the comeback story “Small Town Strong,” which chronicles how the people of Portsmouth, Ohio, battled opioid addiction.
The program — a grantee of USC’s Good Neighbors Campaign — guides children experiencing homelessness to academic success.
Political experts explore why nearly half of Americans now choose not to identify with a political party.
The files of the CCNMA — formerly known as the California Chicano News Media Association — will serve as an essential scholarly resource.
A new caregiver intervention program is found to lower rates of abuse.
The officers and the young volunteers pitched in at World Harvest’s annual pre-Thanksgiving food drive, distributing a variety of food including Thursday’s main dish.