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Where most people see a blank wall, Claire Baugher sees an opportunity for beauty.
Seven USC graduate students named as Albert Schweitzer Fellows in Los Angeles for 2013-14.
As a 19-year-old refugee from Ethiopia, Tadious Odissu was very specific when officials at a Turkish refugee camp questioned him about future plans. Odissu astonished them by saying he wanted to go to film school in California.
Luis Hernandez was hunkered down at his older sister’s home in Jamaica, Queens, N.Y., while Hurricane Sandy carved its destructive path.
USC administrators had a long list of attributes that they were seeking in the university’s next Department of Public Safety chief.
Ariel Bodden always wanted to be a nurse, but there were hurdles to overcome.
USC held a special graduation gala for this year’s graduates of the university’s Neighborhood Academic Initiative, a six-year college preparatory program for public school students in the surrounding neighborhoods.
Former California 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.
Which high school graduating class boasts 100 percent of its students enrolling in higher education?
Amid the smell of popcorn and the sound of mariachi music, hundreds of community residents visited USC for free health screenings and family care education.