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Paws and claws at the Coliseum
Sunny, Mom and Wallicia: Meet the feline workforce keeping rodents at bay at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Read about the USC Alumni Association’s key milestones and moments that shaped a legacy of unity, community and enduring Trojan spirit since 1923.
How a Keck School of Medicine of USC student created the One Bicycle Foundation and embarked on an inspiring journey that transformed lives across three continents.
Renowned USC urologic surgeon Inderbir “Indy” Gill is on the verge of performing the world’s first human bladder transplant clinical trial. His skills in robotic surgery — and zeal for innovation — are making it possible.
In this video, USC Engineering Professor Burçin Becerik-Gerber looks back to the places that defined her — and how they influence what she is building today.
A robotic dog is a paws-itively worthy successor to George Tirebiter.
Some people have a flair for playing instruments. Ho-Chun “Herbert” Chang PhD ’23 has a knack for inventing them.
Morgan Stephens was on track to a dream career in journalism—and then she got COVID.
Jazz pianist Donald Vega ’99 talks about working on a very personal album — and his Guggenheim Fellowship in Music Composition.
Actor JP Karliak ’03 founded nonprofit Queer Vox to train LGBTQ+ voiceover actors and help them network and find mainstream roles in animation and video games.
Meet Nadine Watt, the new president of the USCAA Board of Governors.
From USC News
The closing event for Black History Month at USC draws more than 2,000 attendees to Founders Park.
The titles recognize faculty members who are leaders in their research fields.
A USC researcher hopes a long-term study of a 2021 oil spill will help guide decisions about how to repair affected ecosystems.
Seeds of Change
Artificial Intelligence will integrate and analyze diverse data and models to make farming recommendations for more bountiful harvests in Ethiopia.