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To USC’s Karina Casillas and Sabha Salamah ’12, art is a language — a language quashed in Los Angeles for a decade. So they decided to do something about it.
USC hopes its “Serving Those Who Have Served” hiring event on March 20 will make a difference for local veterans looking for work.
Each semester, USC students head into finals with credits still left on their dining cards — money that goes to waste when the semester ends. A group of students is turning those dollars into food for the LA Mission.
How many Jews are there in Los Angeles? Hard to say, really: It’s been 17 years since anyone counted.
The persecution historically faced by Jewish communities was always a double-edged sword: While it brought great suffering, it also yielded great cohesion. That cohesion is slipping away in America, where Jews have met with unprecedented social acceptance. The result: a tide of Jewish intermarriage.
The streak of shootings and mass killings in the United States in recent years should encourage the nation to consider better tracking gun ownership, according to national security expert Erroll Southers MPA ’98.
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USC men’s water polo father-son duo Jovan and Nikola Vavic swept the 2012 National Coach and Player of the Year honors, announced on Jan. 29. Given out by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches, the awards capped off a [...]
Will the world end this Friday? There’s no reason to think so, especially if you follow Mayan calendars.
More than a third of USC undergraduates report that stress hurt their academic performance within the last year — yet too many of them choose the wrong tools to deal with anxiety.