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USC commencement 2017: The day in pictures
Enjoy the sights as more than 60,000 people gather at the University Park Campus to congratulate the Class of 2017.
Will Ferrell: ‘It is incredibly surreal … that I get to deliver this address to you’
With expected humor and surprising insight, the featured commencement speaker keeps the crowd laughing.
Cooper Nelson: ‘USC has shaped, inspired and challenged us’
The valedictorian’s commencement address looks at her classmates with admiration, and ahead to the future with wonder.
USC’s Dave Roberts receives athletic compliance group’s highest honor
The adviser to President C. L. Max Nikias is recognized by the National Association for Athletics Compliance.
Researchers create roadmap of bipolar disorder and how it affects the brain
Global study reveals thinning of gray matter in brain regions responsible for inhibition and emotion.
USC presents Rick Caruso with its most distinguished alumni honor
The developer, philanthropist and USC trustee receives the Asa V. Call Award. Six other outstanding Trojans are also recognized.
Wallis Annenberg, Mark Humayun among honorees at Academic Convocation
The 36th annual event recognizes outstanding students and faculty, as well as the university’s most dedicated supporters.
USC hosts Los Angeles Times Festival of Books this weekend
With 500 authors, celebrities, musicians, artists and chefs and more than 150,000 attendees, it’s the largest literary and cultural festival in the nation.
New drone video reveals a nearly complete USC Village
The $700 million development, on track to open in August, is a game-changer for the university and the neighborhood.
Los Angeles City Council honors Trojan championship teams
National champion women’s water polo and women’s soccer teams are recognized, as is the Rose Bowl winner.
Trojans rally to beat SMU 66-65 and move on in March Madness
USC’s dramatic victory marks the team’s 13th comeback from a double-digit deficit, most in NCAA Division I.
Trojans in March Madness: See what’s next for USC in the NCAA tournament
The comeback-minded team will next face one of the top-ranked teams in SMU. But first look back at photos and stories from the Trojans’ improbable win over Providence.
Fly with our drone over nearly complete USC Village
The $700 million retail and residential project is quickly coming together for an August debut.
USC Athletics marks Black History Month with fascinating profiles
Lynn Swann looks at the interesting path that led the Super Bowl champ back to USC as athletic director.
USC caps off week’s worth of outreach in Taipei
The visit includes a meeting with Taiwanese vice president and trip to National Taiwan University.
Top scientists from Taiwan will train at USC through new program
The agreement with the Taiwan Ministry of Education establishes the first co-funded program for Taiwanese postdoctoral fellows to study at USC.
USC announces plans for new hospital
The medical facility will focus on services emphasized by the Keck Medicine of USC enterprise.
Insightful stories help USC Athletics mark Black History Month
Special website celebrates Trojan role models and their stories. In the latest entry, Steven Mitchell Jr. discusses the importance of his football family — and his fraternity.
Food service pros face off: Who will be named the top chef of USC?
Ten of USC’s culinary experts compete — but only one can leave the kitchen with the crown.
Stanley Cup’s campus visit attracts an unexpected guest: hockey superstar Wayne Gretzky
‘The Great One,’ whose career included eight seasons with the Kings, joins Lynn Swann during the trophy’s visit to Hahn Plaza.
Rose Bowl trophy on victory tour as USC places No. 3 in final football poll
Fans can take photos with the trophy at bookstore locations this week.
One for the ages: USC pulls out unforgettable last-second Rose Bowl win
The No. 9 Trojans come out on top over No. 5 Penn State 52-49.
Newest drone’s-eye video shows USC Village almost finished
Here’s a present for the Trojan Family: The $700 million retail and residential project is nearing completion and will be open for business in August, right on schedule.
Professor Beau and his furry friends provide a welcome study break
Canines give students a welcome respite from final exam preparation.