Commencement Provides Ending and Beginning for 2005 Trojans
Neil Armstrong Takes One Small Step for USC’s Commencement
After delivering the main address, he will receive an honorary doctor of humane letters degree.
Valedictorian With a Sense of Justice
Katharine Trefz has a knack for writing and organization.
Six Individuals to Get Honorary Degrees
Health Sciences’ Satellite Ceremony Programs
USC Libraries Star in ‘The Scholar’
The university’s Doheny and Hoose libraries are showcased in ABC-TV’s latest reality program spotlighting brains over brawn and backstabbing.
CNTV Students Stride Into History
Six Trojans earn the first degrees ever conferred by USC in interactive media, underscoring the rapid growth of a discipline steeped in cutting-edge technology. The future includes the official launch of a bachelor’s degree program this fall.
The Writing Is on the Wall for USC Scholars
Zach Hall honored for his many contributions to Keck School of Medicine
IT’S A GRAD, GRAD, GRAD, GRAD WORLD
Persistence Pays Off for Octogenarian
A World War II veteran earns his undergraduate degree from the USC Marshall School of Business � at the age of 84.
Summer Construction Begins in Earnest
A host of new USC projects will provide much-needed space and parking for the university to help it achieve goals called for in the academic strategic plan, an official says. Most projects will be completed before the fall semester.
A ‘Joyous Day’ for the Trojans of 2005
The degrees awarded at commencement demonstrate the ability to learn, Neil Armstrong tells 30,000 celebrants at Alumni Park. The day marks a ‘threshold’ for the graduates, valedictorian Katherine Trefz says.
2005 HSC COMMENCEMENT CEREMONIES
Justice to Speak at USC Law Commencement
Candace Cooper, who graduated cum laude from USC, will address students at the May 15 ceremony.
Trojans of 2005 Set to Go Forth
Neil Armstrong and Rabbi Susan Laemmle will deliver the main address and invocation, respectively, at Alumni Park, with more than 8,000 graduating students on hand.
Renaissance Scholars Recognized
USC Renaissance Scholars are recognized for the breadth and depth of their undergraduate course of study. Brent Nash, this year’s commencement salutatorian, was also named a Renaissance Scholar.
Valedictorian With a Sense of Social Justice
Katherine Trefz, a double major with a knack for writing and organization, considers herself a changed person because of her positive experiences at USC.
Scholarship Event Promises Opportunity
Keynote speaker and USC College philanthropist Janice Bryant Howroyd celebrates education and ‘the world that USC is creating.’
Alumnus Boosts Scholarship Fund for Vets
A USC Marshall School of Business graduate gives $1 million to a fund for veterans who want to attend college.