“Don't walk on this earth without giving hope to another person,” the actor says.
Latinx Heritage Month
Research focuses on social determinants of health for Latinos, who are among the fastest-growing demographic groups in the U.S.
Trojans share personal stories and pay tribute to those who support their academic dreams.
“We have a long and proud legacy of Latino tennis players that have blessed these very courts at USC, but Rafael was one of the most memorable ones. In my opinion, his biggest impact, with the help of the late, great Coach Toley, was that he helped pave the way for many more outstanding Latino Trojan players for years to come.”
Latinx Heritage Month closing event included music, food, dancing and healing words.
Grandmas featured in documentary Abuelita's Kitchen discuss their journey and connection to native foods at a USC Fisher Museum of Art screening.
USC Dornsife's Sarah Portnoy provides a guide to L.A.'s culinary history, its cultural shifts and its transformation.
Unity is celebrated during a virtual kickoff event and live viewing party. Latinx Heritage Month runs from Sept. 15 through Oct. 15.
“This is a great opportunity to come together as family,” says La CASA supervisor Leticia Delgado.
The USC community came together to flex its creative muscle and commemorate this year’s theme: esperanza (hope).