She’s been positioning herself for this since age 6, and now, USC trustee Linda Johnson Rice is finally running the family business – a $400-million publishing empire that corners the market on black magazines.
More vigorous than ever, the three-decade, two-generation tie that binds the Annenbergs to USC yields a $100 million vote of confidence for the school that bears the family name.
Never Give Up
Veteran educator Carl Cohn says preparing the next generation of urban school leaders may well be the most critical work facing our country. At USC’s Rossier School of Education, he’ll develop new urban superintendent preparation programs. His message to educators: Never give up.
Let Their Lives Commence
Amid song, speeches and school spirit, the Class of 2002 joins the legions of once and forever Trojans.
USC biochemist honored by SUNY
A GRADUATION SPEAKER TO TREASURE
Keck graduates pledge commitment to medicine at the 117th commencement
Class of 2002 Celebrates, Reflects on a Changed World
A Pultizer Prize-Winner Speaks of Terrorism, Life After College and Choosing Wisely
DAVID HALBERSTAM: Commencement Speaker, University of Southern California, May 10, 2002
Hard work pays off for hundreds of Health Sciences Campus graduates
“Kill the Obie!”
Academy Award-winning Director Ron Howard Discusses Integrity, Compromise, Courage and Gratitude at the School of Cinema-Television’s Annual Commencement
Historian David Halberstam Gives USC’s 2002 Commencement Address
How USC Chooses Honorary Degree Recipients
Oscar Winner Ron Howard to Address Cinema-Television Class of 2002
Producer Stacey Sher to Receive School’s Pickford Award
10 Years of Guiding Graduation
Health Sciences Programs
2002 Renaissance Scholars to Be Saluted
The Rev. Cecil ‘Chip’ Murray
Doctor of Humane Letters, Honoris Causa
USC’s 2002 Honorary Degree Recipients
Pultizer Prize-Winning Journalist David Halberstam to Speak at USC’s 119th Commencement
Author of 17 books on recent American historywrites best sellers based on ‘mountains of details.’
Gearing Up for Commencement
David Halberstam to speak; more than 8,500 will receive degrees.