Trojans travel to the Nicoya Peninsula to understand why Costa Rica has one of the longest-lived populations in the world.
As the summit gets underway in L.A., USC’s Gerardo Munck discusses its potential, the state of Latin American democracy and trade, and the political challenges facing leaders in the Western Hemisphere.
Out of nearly 1,000 applicants, Sylverain was one of just 41 recipients this year of the prestigious Marshall Scholarship.
A review by USC researchers shows that gaps in income, education and access to care contribute to poorer outcomes for people of color with multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune diseases.
Persistence and a love of math and science led first-generation college student Mayla Rodriguez to USC Viterbi’s civil engineering program.
Natalia Molina and Josh Kun of USC Dornsife offer nonfiction and artistic works to give readers insight into the Latinx experience.
As host and lead writer of Telemundo’s only English-language news show, Gabriela Fresquez aims to cover Latinx communities with depth and nuance.