Gustavo Solis is a writer for USC News and Trojan Family Magazine. Before joining USC, he spent a decade as a reporter and shared the Pulitzer Prize for explanatory journalism in 2018.
Stories by Gustavo Solis:
Caregivers struggle with barriers to getting COVID vaccines for elderly immigrant parents
It’s already hard enough for elderly immigrants to receive the health care they need. USC caregivers and medical experts explain how the pandemic has made it worse — and what can be done to help.
USC tackles vaccination inequities with community COVID-19 vaccine clinic
Keck Medicine of USC representatives worked with community leaders, went door to door and even set up a shuttle to help unvaccinated Los Angeles residents get their first shots.
USC produces more 2020-21 Fulbright students than any other California university
Twenty-five Trojans received the prestigious grant during the 2020-2021 award cycle, making USC one of the top producers of U.S. Fulbright students for the ninth straight year.
Momentum builds behind mental health corps that reflects students
To address the mental health needs of its students of color during a tumultuous year, the university made a point to hire more diverse counselors and make its therapists more accessible.
Decades before the Capitol was stormed, this USC professor was researching domestic extremism
Erroll Southers literally wrote the book on homegrown violent extremism. Now, he’s sharing his research with the world to help prevent another major riot on American soil.
USC to celebrate Black History Month with thoughtful discussions and a film festival
The universitywide commemoration features virtual events led by students, faculty and alumni that highlight Black culture, intersectionality and achievement at USC and beyond.