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USC President C. L. Max Nikias made the rounds to leadership on both sides of the aisle as he led a delegation to Washington, D.C.
Like nearly 4.6 million Americans, ancient hunter-gatherers also suffered from clogged arteries, revealing that the plaque buildup causing blood clots, heart attacks and strokes is not just a result of fatty diets.
The USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences kicked off its $750 million fundraising initiative with a gala that drew some 350 friends, administrators, faculty and students to the Ronald Tutor Campus Center.
If there is one person who personifies the sky-high possibilities for Trojan women athletes, it’s Barbara Hedges.
In a history-making event, the USC women’s lacrosse team broke the seal on a new era in Trojan athletics at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum with a respectable performance on Feb. 9 against one of the nation’s perennial lacrosse powerhouses.
Holiday bargain shoppers can expect to find more deals than ever this year — but they better be quick about it, according to a USC professor who tracks consumer behavior.
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Suemy Gonzalez, a senior at the USC Thornton School of Music, is nominated for a Latin Grammy with her group Trio Ellas.
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The annual USC Campus Safety and Emergency Preparedness Fair comes to both the University Park and Health Sciences campuses this month.
The John McKay Center, a 110,000-square-foot building aimed at helping scholar-athletes of the university’s 21 sports, opened with a dedication ceremony attended by generations of supporters of USC Athletics.
Jeffrey Ting, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran who served in Afghanistan, came to USC as a sophomore accounting major in fall 2010. Moving from military life to student life can be tough, he said.
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