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In the old days, we poured our hearts out in “Dear John” letters. Now, breaking up is easy. Just send a text: “Dear Baby, Welcome to Dumpsville. Population: You.”
Forty-eight faculty and staff members, alumni and students put their thoughts on gay students finding acceptance at USC on film, creating a video in November as part of the national “It Gets Better” campaign.
Southern California, a place of sunbeams, major motion picture companies, pricey real estate, Disneyland – and the aerospace industry.
Groundbreaking research by Keck School of Medicine of USC scholars has been selected as one of Science magazine’s top 10 breakthroughs of 2010.
NFL Charities has awarded a $100,000 medical research grant to the Keck School of Medicine of USC to study heart rate behavior in National Football League players and USC student-athletes.
On the surface, it seemed a typical MBA career fair.
Budding entrepreneurs representing a cross-section of the university were awarded more than $50,000 to help launch new businesses Dec. 2 as part of the sixth annual New Venture Seed Competition sponsored by the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the USC Marshall School of Business.
This past semester, three teams from the USC Marshall School of Business competed attempted to reach the final round of the 2010 GE Healthy Imagination Experienced Commercial Leadership Program Case Competition, presenting solutions for raising awareness of obesity.
As part of its signature holiday programming, Classical KUSC 91.5 FM will present a two-hour special marking the 50th anniversary of Elmer Bernstein’s most famous movie score for The Magnificent Seven.
More than 70 game industry representatives joined a crowd of 200 students, faculty members and spectators in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center Dec. 14 for the 11th semiannual GamePipe Laboratory Demo Day to see the future of the gaming field and to offer internships and jobs to innovative USC students.