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Health
A study led by USC Dornsife’s Elisa Baek found that lonely individuals process the world around them differently than other people.
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The idea that philosophy was and still is isolated from other disciplines ignores much of its history, writes USC Dornsife’s Scott Soames.
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Big brands roll out Pride-related merchandise each June — but USC Dornsife’s Karen Tongson says that needs to be backed up with substantive action. Otherwise, Tongson says, “it’s not going to make any difference because people are still going to suffer the same injustices.”
Policy/Law
USC’s Dwight Stirling explains why the law requires a service member to be out of uniform for at least seven years before assuming the civilian role of secretary of defense.
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A specific brain network, the locus coereleus, that controls your ability to focus your attention appears to weaken as you age, making you more prone to distraction while under stress.
University
The couple's generous gift enables exceptional student-athletes to attend USC.
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USC Dornsife’s Tok Thompson notes that ghosts are often found seeking justice from beyond the grave, a reminder that ethics and morality transcend our lives and that ethical lapses can carry a heavy spiritual burden.
Arts
This year’s summer reading list is an eclectic assortment, from Dostoyevsky to Edward Snowden.
Athletics
The generous gift supports an area of vital need: funds that make a USC education possible for talented students.
Policy/Law
Accepting a deal from prosecutors has become a common choice for individuals accused of a crime.