USC Calls for Distinguished Nominees
A committee seeks extraordinary individuals who will be considered for an honorary degree at future commencements.
What’s New – Shelf Life – People Watch
News & Notes on All Things Trojan
Alumni & Friends
Who’s Doing What & Where
Keck School of Medicine students rack up impressive academic gains
Keck School lauds donors whose gifts ‘changed campus forever’
USC stands for ‘University of Service and Compassion,’ says commencement ‘04’s valedictorian David Chacko, who reminds the assembled that ‘success not shared is failure.’
Table for 1,200
Grads bid farewell at USC’s annual baccalaureate fete. The sit-down soiree is the largest single catered event on campus each year.
Trojans for Life
Thousands gather to celebrate USC’s 121st commencement ceremony. Ethical living and the sacrifice of self are cornerstones of speeches by Sen. John McCain and valedictorian David Chacko.
Choices & Challenges
“Be brave,” exhorted Sen. John McCain, in his address to graduates, their families and friends at USC’s 121st annual commencement ceremony, May 14. “Fear is the opportunity for courage, not proof of cowardice.”
Satellite University Park Programs
Health Sciences’ Satellite Ceremony Programs
Trojans Go Forth
USC President Steven B. Sample will confer more than 10,000 degrees at the university’s 121st commencement ceremony May 14. Three-term Sen. John McCain will offer the address.
Trojans Go Forth
USC President Steven B. Sample will confer more than 10,000 degrees at the university’s 121st commencement festivities May 14. Sen. John McCain will offer the address.
Raising the Bar
USC Renaissance Scholars are recognized for the breadth and depth of their undergraduate course of study. This year’s roster includes a valedictorian who has duplicated the academic feats of his celebrated older brother.
Courage & Commitment
Sen. John McCain will deliver USC’s 121st commencement address May 14.