Candy Yee, an avid fan of all things Trojan, was a Helene and a member of Delta Phi when she attended USC.
The following incidents were reported in the USC Dept. of Public Safety incident summary between Thursday, March 1 and Friday, March 2. View Roundup 03-05 in a larger map Crimes against property At 2:01 p.m. on March 1, a suspect entered the Pertusati University Bookstore and removed a textbook and placed it in his backpack. […]
USC Gould School of Law has the highest bar exam passage rate in California.
Scott Yamano, a ’98 alumnus, receives the Alumni Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Marshall Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at its Annual Networking Day on Saturday. Yamano is CEO of Dedicated Media, a company focused on U.S. online media sales.
The USC Stevens Institute was featured in one of about 10 events on the trip for diplomats.
Where can you find a virtual replica of an arctic area, an antique theater and a getaway garden? Past the vast stretch of dining options on Figueroa Street near campus resides this hidden gem, which is worth exploring because of its ability to take visitors completely out of their element. Within the walls of the […]
Letters from Zora relies on authenticity to depict the life of Zora Neale Hurston.
Originally a late-night taco stand, Mexicali Taco & Co. maintains its authentic feel as it makes its move to a full-fledged restaurant.
In its final tuneup before the Pac-12 tournament, USC notches a key win in Pullman.
Sophomore Vladimir Morozov leads the Trojans by winning two Pac-12 individual titles.