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USC Iovine and Young Academy seniors usually exhibit their final projects in a showcase to classmates and faculty. But thanks to the pandemic — and Zoom — they ended up pitching the fruits of their hard labor to alumni and industry pros.
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The Trojans score their most points ever at the NCAAs. Anna Cockrell becames only the second person to win the 100m hurdles and 400m hurdles in the same season.
Health
Here's a hint: You might want to visit your doctor or pharmacist — and wash your hands often.
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In a study of online hotel reviews, USC Marshall’s Davide Proserpio and a colleague found that when hotels start responding, they receive 12 percent more reviews and their ratings increase, too.
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The U.S. government designed its emergency inventory of medical supplies to respond to bioterrorist attacks, notes USC Dornsife’s Andrew Lakoff. He studies the politics of global health and disaster response
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“No time” is no excuse to skip a workout. According to USC researchers, even a brief walk or a few squats during your workday can make a difference.
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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.
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USC student Sasha Hederstrom has been composting in university housing, and shares her tips.
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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.