The program — a grantee of USC’s Good Neighbors Campaign — guides children experiencing homelessness to academic success.
The officers and the young volunteers pitched in at World Harvest’s annual pre-Thanksgiving food drive, distributing a variety of food including Thursday’s main dish.
The station — part of the USC-operated network that’s the most-listened-to group of classical music stations in the country — is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
The iconic stadium, beloved by generations of USC fans, looks back on a century of sporting, entertainment and cultural history — and forward to the next 100 years.
Mexican restaurant and LA staple El Cholo has been a Trojan favorite for decades, but its relationship with USC involves more than just food.
Strong representation in STEM majors and continued support for transfer students are hallmarks of the USC Leslie and William McMorrow Neighborhood Academic Initiative.
USC President Carol Folt joins community leaders at the renovated campus, which includes a USC-run preschool and housing for homeless veterans and their families.
USC Price alum Renata Simril leads the LA84 Foundation, which supports youth sports programs and public education about the importance of sports to kids.
Through the NewColorsProject, USC Marshall students gave 18 senior portrait packages to Palmdale high schoolers who couldn’t afford the pricey photos. That was just the start.
The workshop returns to the USC University Park Campus, connecting elementary students with mentors, educators and leaders from the university.