If you’re a fan of drone videos shot at the USC Village construction site, enjoy them while you can: The project is nearly finished, and soon there won’t be any construction to photograph. The Target store has its grand opening Sunday, and the first of 2,700 student residents move in Aug. 14. The $700 million retail-residential development is the largest in the history of South Los Angeles.
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Recent killings in Georgia raise awareness of ongoing anti-Asian hate and spur calls for action
Asian, Asian American and Pacific Islander students, faculty and staff at USC urge their fellow Trojans to listen, acknowledge the pain inflicted by racism and help fight back.
As the world heats up, USC experts examine our early responses to climate change
Policymakers and scientists are pushing for — and in some cases, enacting — steps like lessening our reliance on fossil fuels and redesigning cities, but the question remains: Will it be enough?
Why a successful engineer left the career he loved to teach kids STEM
Once USC alum Darin Gray got his first taste of teaching, he couldn’t give it up. For decades, he’s helped educate Angelenos in science and math through USC Viterbi’s K-12 STEM Center.