“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.
University President Carol L. Folt’s “moonshot” for athletics builds on recent momentum to support all 21 sports programs and launch USC Athletics into the future.
The $38 million project will feature spectator viewing decks and social spaces, a state-of-the-art press box, concession stands and a capacity of 2,500.
The icon, modeled after a number of USC football players, represents the five qualities of a Trojan: faithful, scholarly, skillful, courageous and ambitious.
President Carol L. Folt launches the most comprehensive academic initiative in USC’s history, including a new School of Advanced Computing, educational opportunities in ethical computing for students across the university, and an expansion of USC’s footprint in Silicon Beach.
University leaders, friends and dignitaries celebrate USC’s new and notable presence in the nation’s capital — starting with an unforgettable performance by the Spirit of Troy on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.