Caldwell Scholars: Exceptional Students Supported by Retired Faculty October 26, 2022
A special group of intergenerational Trojans gathered at a luncheon in September, where retired faculty who continue to serve USC students came together with current undergraduates to continue a unique tradition of support.
Insulin prices are skyrocketing, but just who is driving the rise in costs? Hint: it’s not the drug manufacturers August 26, 2022
A USC Schaeffer Center study follows the money and finds that mystery middlemen have the most to gain.
Viterbi top guns and their need for speed August 12, 2022
The USC AeroDesign Team attends the annual American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Design/Build/Fly competition.
A Grandfather’s Love June 20, 2022
Most trojan undergrads invest four years at USC, but Senior Dayanara Saucedo dedicated 12 years towards commencement day with one special person in mind.
A Serendipitous Meeting of the Minds–Creating Equal Opportunity to Succeed Online May 24, 2022
Their mission is to create assistive technologies that give equal access to people with disabilities.
Popcorn, Movie, and a Love Story April 22, 2022
From South Asia to Los Angeles, ONE Archives at the USC Libraries combines artwork and narrative in a pathbreaking and pioneering multi-site exhibition Archival Intimacies: Queering South/East Asian Diasporas.
The Dream Team March 15, 2022
USC develops software that revolutionizes information gathering to deliver life-saving diagnoses.
He can paint a picture with words and write poetry with a paintbrush February 22, 2022
Artist Enrique Martinez Celaya’s multifaceted approach to art makes him one of the most important artists of our generation.
Happy Valentine’s Day from USC Viterbi School of Engineering February 14, 2022
This love song to engineering features original music composed and performed by Reuben Levine (B.S. Mech. Eng. ’22).
Lives Not Grades February 2, 2022
No one turns to college students for the answers. This film challenges that as it documents a team of USC Viterbi students at “the worst refugee camp on earth,” designing and building innovations to improve the lives.
The Silver Screen Goes Green at USC School of Cinematic Arts January 20, 2022
Sustainable filmmaking debuts for the USC Spring Semester 2022.
There’s Something for Everyone at USC’s Campus Television Station January 7, 2022
From improving online lectures, mastering public speaking, delivering on a deadline to even creating podcasts, Trojan Vision is teaching much more than television production.
USC Faculty and Students Produce Films to Save Lives December 8, 2021
Multiple USC schools join forces to VaccinateLA using research-proven storytelling.
A Time and Place November 22, 2021
The USC Pacific Asia Museum Celebrates 50 Years of Asian Art: Looking to the Future and Reflecting on the Past.
The sculpture garden outside the USC Fisher Museum of Art is in full bloom with the recent installation of a monumental sculpture September 17, 2021
The renowned artist is a USC faculty member and his artwork ushers in a new era of public art.