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USC students on an archaeological adventure learned about art, ancient Roman history and a few surprises.
Computation has “spread like a virus” in architecture, according to USC’s Neil Leach, who co-curated a show in Beijing highlighting digitally minded work.
Learn about some of the business ventures driving the growth of Silicon Beach and industry leaders making LA a hotbed for tech culture.
USC Gould will present the sixth annual “U.S. Supreme Court: A Preview,” featuring former Solicitor General Gregory Garre, California Supreme Court Justice Goodwin Liu and Rebecca Brown, USC Newton Professor of Constitutional Law.
On the eve of 9/11, USC’s Alison Hirsch talks about the successes and potential controversies involved in creating memorial monuments to those lost to tragic events.
Football 101 brings the female Trojan faithful an up-close-and-personal insight into the complexities of the gridiron.
Boxes, bags, teddy bears and more. USC students moved in to their new digs, kicking off Welcome Week.
Senior leaders who mentor others are a treasure to business. The USC Marshall School of Business’ Morgan McCall describes how companies can support them.
Mojave desert tortoises can stand blistering heat, but human activity threatens the lives of these ancient creatures. USC biology doctoral candidate Michael Tuma balances the needs of tortoises and people.
Fireworks aren’t just big business these days; they’re also high-tech. USC Viterbi’s Dan Erwin talks about computer simulations, electronic matches and even the potential for “smart” fireworks of the future.