Excavation led by USC Dornsife scholars yields clues about the lives of ancient soldiers stationed outside Megiddo in the province of Judea.
The 2,000-year-old remains of a former slave — the head still adorned with strands of hair — were discovered alongside several urns of human ashes.
USC undergraduates are helping to preserve a vital part of California’s heritage by documenting sunken vessels at the recently created underwater trail in Lake Tahoe’s Emerald Bay.
Citing works of science fiction, nonfiction, biography, humor and horror, six professors offer their literary choices.
USC Dornsife offers an offbeat course giving Trojans hands-on experience in age-old skills — and no matches are allowed.
Max Novak’s fascination with Greek and Roman history could lead to a career as a museum curator.
Tom Garrison, lead investigator at the El Zotz site in Guatemala, encourages USC students to go with him when he returns next field season.