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USC 2017 | Trojans step up: Some of the ways USC students, staff and faculty helped the community this year

Year in review: From helping the homeless to comforting a little girl with cancer, Trojans never fail to step up when they see a need (Ninth in a 10-part series)

A Trojan is faithful, scholarly, skillful, courageous and ambitious, and all of those traits come into play when it comes to helping others. Here are some highlights of how Trojans helped the community this year.

Smiles on Skid Row, compliments of work by USC dental students

High schoolers get early glimpse of a career in science

With support from loved ones and imaginary dragons, a little girl copes with cancer

USC TRiO programs mark 40 years of helping low-income pupils get ready for college

Kids get hands-on time with some of USC Viterbi’s favorite robots

Fit Families program has healthy focus, from exercise routines to eating right

Teen journalists make Boyle Heights their beat


USC 2017 A 10-PART LOOK BACK

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