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Archival materials help tell the story in Amazon’s critically acclaimed series Transparent.
As finals finish, students look ahead toward winter recess.
Globetrotter Jacob Soll shares his research on the ties between history and current economic crises.
Well-traveled Neil Segil uses cells to seek treatments for hearing loss.
Online applications for the first cohort, set to begin studies next summer, will be available in January.
Alumnus Viet Luong, a paratrooper with the 1st Cavalry Division, becomes the first Vietnamese-born general in the United States military.
Meet the entrepreneur who dons a panda getup to promote his product online and around town.
A soldier who left boot camp for Iraq found a path to USC, which gave him the chance to work with peers.
USC Viterbi researchers demonstrate the future of security at Department of Homeland Security showcase.
Venture capitalist Mark Stevens is among seven Trojans who will accept awards in April.
Khoshnevis, Willner and Thompson named as fellows by the stellar group of scientists.
What you buy when you’re trying to impress depends on where you live.
USC Dornsife’s interdisciplinary major will examine nonprofits fostering change in all corners of the world.
USC law grads prepare to move from classroom to counsel — doing so at a higher rate than last year.
Ricky Rosas overcame pediatric cancer; now he’s one of USC’s biggest fans and a fountain of positivity.
They joined more than 300 El Sereno Middle pupils for a day of beautifying the school, sharing good study habits and playing games — lots of them.
As semester winds down, wet weather is almost becoming commonplace.
Students unwrap new creations at USC Games Demo Day and the GamePipe Laboratory Fall Showcase.
A protein that makes other proteins also regulates fat levels in worms and may do so in humans, USC researchers say.
LA needs mechanism to harness its resources and develop new approaches to care that can be used elsewhere, says USC director.
Zak Ebrahim, whose father forged the World Trade Center bombing, turns his experiences into insights on non-violence.
The institute focuses on growth and physicians with a multicultural pedigree.
James Gunn uses his sly humor and distinctive voice to create one of the year’s biggest hits.
USC Viterbi students vie in a traditional Chinese sport testing their timing and teamwork.