For future, current and former presidents, the road to and from the White House often leads through Trojan territory.
Arena improvements are part of USC’s grand vision for its athletics facilities.
The new school, a key feature of USC President Carol Folt’s Frontiers of Computing “moonshot,” will act as a nexus for advanced computing research and education across the university.
The civil rights leader visited USC and its surrounding neighborhoods throughout the late ’50s and ’60s in his quest to improve the lives of Black Americans.
A piece of the USC School of Dramatic Arts’ history inspires the courtyard theater in the school’s new Drama Center.
“We Came to Bring the Fire” makes its debut at Saturday’s football game against Utah.
From a modest start, the university on Oct. 6 marks its 143rd birthday as one of the nation’s leading research institutions.
The businessman, investor and philanthropist profoundly changed the course of USC, its medical school and medical enterprise.
GREEN WEEK: The 1,500-square-foot hub is a collaborative, inclusive and multiuse gathering space for advancing sustainability at USC.
The centennial celebrations of the group — 100 years old today — communicate a “come one, come all” message to alumni.