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Why does adversity knock some people down while others bounce right back up? It’s called resilience, and more scientists are studying it.
USC student Sasha Hederstrom has been composting in university housing, and shares her tips.
Though it may seem like a global pandemic and the genocide of a people have very little in common, the long-lingering effects of trauma on survivors are similar.
You Chung Hong fought to repeal the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 and helped thousands of immigrants reunite with their families, becoming the nation’s foremost Chinese attorney.
Felicia Tabing, a USC Dornsife lecturer in mathematics, sees numbers as a particular color. Neuroscientists don’t know what causes the condition, called synesthesia.
New leader of a USC Marshall master’s program says public libraries are alive and well in today’s fast-paced society.
“If you’re here, it’s because you have what it takes to be here, and you have to believe that,” says USC’s student affairs chief.
The two-year letterman set school records for career strikeouts and career ERA.
Wellsayer, an app developed by an entrepreneurial USC Gould student, focuses on well-being by helping users schedule and manage relationships.
You may have to supply your own audience or perform in a cage to protect yourself against beer bottles, the battle-tested comic tells USC students.