Advisors work with college applicants, bridging high school to postsecondary education.
Experiential learning classes use the historic venue as a living laboratory. Students explore the stadium’s rich past and current operations — and help envision its future.
The files of the CCNMA — formerly known as the California Chicano News Media Association — will serve as an essential scholarly resource.
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.
SeoYoon Sung of the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy is on a mission to explore and analyze the ever-changing interactions of human practice, technology and education.
The certificates — in Law and Government and in Technology and Entrepreneurship Law — will help professionals navigate the evolving landscape of law, technology and governance.
The scholarships commemorate the late Professor Neil Segil and his passion for science and education.
More than 175 people attend USC’s celebration of Native American Heritage Month.
USC welcomed 3,633 first-year students as new enrollees in the fall. They came from more than 2,000 high schools in all 50 states in the United States as well as Washington, D.C., Guam and Puerto Rico, and more than 60 countries.
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is home to two to three dozen “working cats” who control the rodent population, reducing the need for harmful rodenticides. Known as the “Coli cats,” these feral felines are beloved by the Coliseum staff members who feed them, especially security guard Rick Halpin, the resident “cat whisperer.” The cats hide in the stadium’s nooks and crannies during events but sometimes surface during USC Trojans Football games.