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When Kristen Kavanaugh MSW ’12 started the Military Acceptance Project, she never really gave the idea of working in politics a second thought.
It’s not easy to beat out thousands of applicants all vying for the same job. But in China, USC Price School of Public Policy alumni are doing exactly that.
Former Calif. State Sen. Martha Escutia’s eyes welled up with tears recently as she remembered one of her last nights as a USC undergraduate studying public policy in 1979.
USC School of Dramatic Arts alumni Charl Brown and Stark Sands were among the 2013 Tony Award nominees announced.
USC School of Dramatic Arts alums have consistently made their marks in the arts.
Amid trying economic times and a changing world, city managers face many challenges and stresses in supervising day-to-day operations of a city.
After graduating from then USC College of Letters, Arts and Sciences in 1977, Tom Nolan became Tommy Trojan … and not in a metaphorical sense.
When KaSandre Kirby walked into her job interview with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, she knew her education and experience made her a competitive candidate.
Frank J. Fertitta III ’84, chairman and CEO of Las Vegas-based Station Casinos and Fertitta Entertainment, a resort and casino development and management company, has been elected to the USC Board of Trustees.
Sen. Al Franken began his lecture at USC before a crowd of more than 500 with, “Today I’d like to talk about three Jews: a printing salesman, a rabbi and a professor.