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As the city of Bell recovers from the recent scandal involving the misappropriation of public funds, a fresh cohort of city council members has answered the call to serve the community.
Even at a time when Californians feel that the state is headed in the wrong direction, support for Gov. Brown is increasing, according to a USC Dornsife/LA Times Poll.
USC Price School of Public Policy Dean Jack H. Knott visited the nation’s capital to advocate for federal funding that will support social science research.
The USC Price School of Public Policy has appointed former LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa as a professor of the practice of policy.
While USC Price alumnus Ryan Kucinski was completing an internship at Price Charities in San Diego this summer, he discovered the uniqueness of the City Heights neighborhood.
Latino Americans, the first major TV documentary series to chronicle the varied history of Latinos, premieres on PBS Sept. 17, Sept. 24 and Oct. 1.
Neither the threat of arrest nor punishment may significantly deter Mexicans from trying to enter the United States illegally, according to a new USC Gould study published in American Sociological Review.
With the election just days away to decide Los Angeles’ next mayor, Eric Garcetti leads Wendy Greuel by seven points, according to results of a new USC Price School of Public Policy/Los Angeles Times Los Angeles City Election Poll.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa discussed his transportation legacy and the future of transportation in the city during a presentation at USC on May 1.
Pension reform, education, traffic, job growth and leadership style were among the wide range of topics addressed at a mayoral debate co-hosted by the USC Price School of Public Policy.