As USC Trojan Family ?Magazine turns into a semiannual publication, go on a journey into its century-long past.
Citing works of science fiction, nonfiction, biography, humor and horror, six professors offer their literary choices.
The publisher visits USC, where she talks about the harmful effects of 24/7 technology and Thrive Global, her new enterprise.
Alice Echols peels away the layers of a hidden history, exposing Depression-era financial corruption in the process.
Steve Ross recounts the story of a man who helped to thwart sabotage ignored by the FBI and local law enforcers.
The professor of history and accounting and USC President C. L. Max Nikias present Soll's book to the prime minister of Greece.
“Aspirational class” moves away from material goods, toward prudent decisions about health and kids, says USC professor.
Alumna Marie Lu left her academic pursuit of law and medicine to focus on gaming and writing.
Philip Seib explores how social media and new communication tools have shifted the ways in which diplomacy is conducted.
USC writing professor Ellen Wayland-Smith looks at her own family tree and finds a relative who believed he was God’s prophet and led a 19th-century sect.