USC experts consider the future of journalism as new technology and cuts to legacy outlets roil the media landscape.
The first wave of more than 360 U.S. universities and colleges have met a new gold standard of transparency in financial aid packages and cost estimates for potential students.
A “fireside chat” between USC President Carol L. Folt and Mayor Karen Bass reinforces the university’s collaborative work with the city in a united quest to care for the unhoused, whose numbers have increased since COVID.
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.
Scientists at USC Dornsife and the USC Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience are hoping to spark drug research across the university by hosting a series of workshops starting Friday.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, USC Shoah Foundation’s Robert Williams discusses the co-opting of historic events and how we — and social media companies — have a part in stopping the spread of lies about the atrocities.
A study by USC scientists and colleagues shows a potential new way to make the nation’s deadliest painkiller, fentanyl, safer.
Michele Harper shared stories of compassion from her book, The Beauty in Breaking: A Memoir.