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The USC Civic Engagement tent at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books offered activities designed to spark knowledge, imagination and creativity.
It was a gloomy Saturday for the annual They Will Surf Again event in Malibu. Despite the chill in the air, Devon LeBlanc was all smiles.
Lupe Garrido’s walk to the podium was the last stage in a journey from South Los Angeles resident to parent leader of USC’s flagship neighborhood academic enrichment program to proud supporter of a historic project.
Alfa Lopez, a junior at Foshay Learning Center, has been juggling daily studies with college preparatory coursework while traveling across the country as spokesperson for the national initiative “Too Small to Fail.”
Local senior citizens and USC School of Pharmacy students put on their dancing shoes on April 6 for the seventh annual Senior Prom event held at the St. Barnabas Senior Center in Los Angeles.
While USC’s robotics lab conducts cutting-edge research, an afterschool program funded by the university is studying artificial intelligence at a more elementary level — as in, elementary school.
As part of a multiyear partnership, USC will host the annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on the University Park Campus on April 20-21. The largest and one of the most cherished public literary festivals in the country, the showcase is expected to draw more than 150,000 Southern Californians.
More than 5,000 Latinos and their families visited USC to acquire financial advice on homeownership, small business resources, education aid, auto financing and stock investments.
Awarded a Bronze Star and Purple Heart for his service in the U.S. Army, USC Professor Bob Baker was an oft-praised mentor to his students, colleagues, family and friends.
Marking the first naming of a space in the JEP House, the Tesoriero family has designated funds from their USC Associates Provost-level membership to advance the community-based program.