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USC 2016 | From Currie to Fertitta to Kaufman to Stevens, several important new facilities made their debuts — and there’s more to come.
Almost 50 years ago, USC’s Geoffrey Cowan led a campaign among the Democrats to strengthen the system of primary elections and reduce the power of party bosses.
Many in the South have come to see Confederate symbols as economic liabilities, according to an analysis by USC Dornsife’s Christian Grose and a college. One example: This year Mississippi’s Economic Council chamber of commerce backed removal of the Confederate emblem from the state’s flag.
A survey by USC’s Christian R. Grose and Jordan Carr Peterson Public found that officials are more likely to support removing Confederate images when their presence is presented as bad for local business.
EARTH MONTH: Daniela Velazco has spent the better part of the last year designing the garden. Now she’s seeing it realize its potential to bring people together.
USC Viterbi-hosted EngX attracts students who want to be engineers.
Designs put metal to work in unexpected — and colorful — ways.
USC study sheds lights on a practice that occurs more often than we think.
Sunita Puri, who is writing the Keck Medicine of USC policy on the new law, found that while 60 percent of her colleagues said they supported the legislation in theory, half would not prescribe the medication themselves.
USC 2016 | Our team of photographers kept an eye — and a lens — on the university all year. Here are our picks from among the many memorable images they captured.