Some of the subjects profiled in the exhibit shared inspiring stories during a celebratory event at Wallis Annenberg Hall.
Students, alumni and local residents gather for the first of weekly services geared toward building connections.
Dive into the rich cultural history, myths and religious traditions surrounding this popular holiday.
One hundred years ago, the excavation of King Tut’s tomb brought us a mummy with a “pharaoh’s curse.” Our fascination with mummies goes back much farther, however. USC Dornsife scholars explain why we’re still so wrapped up in these eerie remains.
Controversy of veils goes back more than a century. A USC Dornsife scholar of Iran explains the history and circumstances behind the recent protests.
The Rev. Brandon Harris is eager to help USC students find connection, meaning and belonging. He starts in his new role on Monday.
Since his arrival at USC in 2004, Murray trained about 1,000 faith leaders in the “Murray Method,” equipping them to transform their communities as he had helped transform South L.A. in his first career as a pastor.
Leaders of the two institutions note that the unique partnership is a national model.
As late as 1970, only about 5% of Americans chose cremation; now, more than half of us choose the method. A USC expert explains why.
Many religions have been used to prop up nationalism, and Catholicism is no exception. A USC Dornsife scholar who is also a Jesuit priest explores how the Virgin Mary had been enlisted to stir up patriotic fervor.