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At USC’s 130th commencement ceremony on May 17, Jimmy Iovine told USC graduates that their education would give them an edge in a competitive world.
Siblings Andrew and Rebecca Alonzo are a bit more than a year apart.
Growing up in Hawaii, Bradley Furuya was exposed to both paradise and purgatory.
Michael Fritschner, who majored in international relations at the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, rose from his wheelchair.
When Cynthia Maxwell Dillard’s sociology class discussed the 1967 Detroit riot, she described the red glow of the fires, the looting, the gunfire, the fear she felt.
To all of today’s graduates, I can’t imagine what’s going through your minds right now. I never had the opportunity to go to a great university like this.
As part of USC’s 130th commencement, the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism celebrated the conferral of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees to 961 students.
Bryshon Nellum once again carried the American flag, this time leading his fellow graduates of the USC Price School of Public Policy in their commencement procession.
Ten Trojans have been selected for the prestigious Fulbright Fellowship, an annual award that recognizes academic achievement and commitment to cultural engagement.
In mid-May, the excited buzz of graduating students reverberates throughout the USC campus, and the university’s cultural centers celebrate the achievements of their graduates in highly personal ways.