Stories by Holly Wilder:
USC commencement: Through the years in photos
Catch the famous faces that have been part of past ceremonies — and much more — in a pictorial walk down memory lane.
USC 2015: The year in student stories
From hiking with professors to interning with the mayor, take a look back at some of the year’s most fascinating student stories.
The Class of 2019: by the numbers
They come from 53 countries and nearly every state, with 17 percent hailing from the East Coast — the highest percentage in USC history.
New students welcomed with pomp and circumstance (and pancakes)
New Student Convocation is a USC tradition; so is free food.
More moving pictures: Another look at Move-in Day
When you move, you often need a second a trip to be sure you got everything. Here’s our second look at all of the activity from Move-in Day.
USC commencement 2015: The day in pictures
From smiles to selfies to sunshine (eventually), it was a day of Trojan pride.
Looking back in pictures: How was your first year at USC?
We catch up with three freshmen we met in August to find out how their first year went.
Hail to the chiefs: presidential visits to USC, in pictures
For future, current and former presidents, the road to and from the White House often leads through Trojan territory.
USC 2014: Our favorite images of the year
Take a look at some of the images of the year, photos that made us catch our breath, break out in a smile or stare in wondrous amazement.
Dickens Dinner puts guests in the holiday spirit
The USC Thornton School of Music event, featuring John Fogerty, raised money for scholarships.
Open Studios shows off student talent
USC Roski School of Art and Design event showcases work of undergraduate artists.
Think it’s tough to get kids into math and science? Not at STAR
Neighborhood teens pair up with USC faculty and students on research that matters. See how it works in this infographic.
The Class of 2018: numbers to know
These freshmen are united by one love: the cardinal and gold. Learn more about ’em in our infographic.
Verna Dauterive’s Trojan Family journey
USC’s new gathering place for interdisciplinary research into economics, health and human behavior traces its origins to an alumna’s past.