Stories by Meg Sullivan:
USC Students Collaborate on New Park
Architecture program offers proposals for developing former internment camp.
Exposition Explores the ‘Global in the Local’
For six months, ‘Southern California in the World’ will showcase 24 USC projects with international themes.
Anthropologists Reclaim Images of a People’s Past
Photographs of Nigerian tribe are recovered by a USC team.
Atlas 3: Experts Look at Southland’s Health
USC experts assess state of health care in Southern California
Doris Kearns Goodwin to Assess ‘Moral Authority of the Presidency’
Author will deliver President’s Distinguished Lecture at USC on Monday, Nov. 8.
Ex-Occidental President Joins Rossier School
Faculty Members Receive Raubenheimer Awards
Honors go to professors of political science, mathematics, Slavic languages and art history.
A Class Act: Bright Freshmen
The class of 2003 is highly selective and diverse. It includes more out-of-state and international students.
Ballet Steps Into the Community Via a USC Volunteer
‘Volunteer junkie’ Catlin Goddard gives free dance lessons at East L.A. school through Project Acorn.
Boys Get a Violent Message From Televised Sports
Commentators praise aggression, risk-taking, USC sociologists find.
2 Professors, 3 Students Receive Fulbright Grants for Travel Abroad
Legal Expert Works to Prevent Cross-Cultural Clashes
New Institute Hosts a Meeting of Minds at USC
Twice-monthly luncheon draws writers, academics and artists to debate and promote ‘intellectual life in L.A.’
Paving Paradise: How Good Intentions Went Awry
USC geographer says ‘reforms’ actually helped special interests take over land-use decisions.
Hope Floats, and So Do Most Boats, at Annual Regatta
Legal Scholar’s Role in Charter Reform Wins Praise
For Erwin Chemerinsky, voters’ approval capped two grueling years of debate and compromise.
A Legal Hand Extends to Moldova
Law School associate dean prepares to share expertise.
Biggest Foe of Public Aid to Elderly? Seniors
As a Teacher, Rossier Student Is a Winner
Ed.D. candidate Janine Jellander, the best first-year teacher in the state, uses her own example to motivate.
Students Make Friends in the Neighborhood
Making Soap Operas for Social Change
Six media professionals from the developing world learn how to use entertainment to educate.
A Sociologist Explores the ‘Culture of Fear’
Barry Glassner’s new book debunks the false threats that weaken our ability to handle legitimate issues.
Flashing the Race Card
A researcher’s experiment finds that subliminal-type suggestions change therapists’ perceptions.