Lynell George is a former Los Angeles Times columnist who writes for the USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences.
Stories by Lynell George:
Alumnus develops community-based mental health systems
Shinichi Daimyo aims to raise the profile of nurses in low-resource settings around the world.
Haunted by the history of Los Angeles
At 500 pages, Ghost Metropolis tells a tangled story as sprawling as the city itself and how it came to be.
Is painting irrelevant? ‘Not so fast,’ says USC Dornsife art historian
A new book from Suzanne Hudson rallies to the defense of a much contested, ever-evolving medium.
All signs led to one destination: USC
Alum Akir Gutierrez, who grew up in a neighborhood near the university, credits much of his success to a long-standing relationship with the campus.
Poet’s works ponder the link between man and machine
Alumna Barbara Duffey wants science to influence her message.