Three USC Price students are serving the Clark County community while working on their Master of Public Administration degrees online.
COMMENCEMENT: Ireland, Kala and Smith Shute have rarely been apart. That will change after commencement. It’s a bittersweet milestone in the triplets’ journey.
Samantha Ellman and Natalie Ikhrata’s podcast explains the impact and importance of urban planning.
Veronica Frazier is a student in the Master of Public Administration program online.
Many USC Viterbi students expanded their senior projects into technical papers for national conferences.
The Middle Eastern North African Student Assembly’s lively kickoff event in Hahn Plaza features music, Arab dance, inspiring stories and plenty of food.
A father-son duo bond over their shared experience studying construction at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering.
Under the leadership of Jacob Vogel, the Trojan Marching Band is creating unforgettable memories and breathing new life into revered Trojan traditions.
Art students Jayna Dias and Angel Itua present a lifetime of experiences as Black women and Black artists living within the Black diaspora in the exhibition The Black Experience.
Charlie Siegel is one of two dozen USC Annenberg students who help prospective, newly admitted and current students navigate the school and the university.