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COMMENCEMENT 2022: Service has been at the heart of the USC experience for Sanghavi, who next week will receive degrees in human biology and in pharmacology and drug development.
COMMENCEMENT 2022: The graduating senior is taking his USC Dornsife degree in philosophy, politics and law and heading into the Marines.
After watching his twin brother lose a 15-year fight with the memory-robbing illness, Dan Epstein decided to do something about it. The result: an unprecedented research collaboration between USC and UC San Diego.
During her time at USC Dornsife, she also worked with the homeless, served as a camp counselor and spent a semester in Scotland.
Los Angeles has seen a 23 percent increase in homelessness this year, but a USC faculty member says there’s been progress in response to the issue. 
Patricia Thompson Lee ’97 is a newly appointed Nevada Supreme Court justice.
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Pastors advocate for their people from the pulpit and on the streets — and training at USC gives them the tools to take their work further.