Mary Francis, who passed away in June, made an impact on those around her.
Fluke discussed her history of advocating for contraceptive rights and spoke of plans for reforming state government.
Students mourn the loss of an inspirational and engaging teacher.
The FreeBike Project aims to donate one bicycle per week to those in need.
Fertitta Hall, USC’s newest construction project, will be used by the Marshall School of Business.
LA Galaxy defender Todd Dunivant and the Galaxy’s mascot Cozmo pose with volunteers and participants at the second Kicks for Kids event Sunday. Kicks for Kids hosts weekly soccer matches for children with special needs in the Los Angeles area every Sunday in McCarthy Quad.
Students in the Motivate & Empower organization hope to spark discussion of issues.
Oliver Franke, a senior lecturer in aerospace and mechanical engineering died Thursday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center of a heart attack. He was 35 years old. “Oliver contributed greatly to our teaching mission,” wrote Viterbi School of Engineering Dean Yannis C. Yortsos in a memorandum sent to Viterbi faculty and staff on Thursday. “He was […]
The Undergraduate Student Government screened Sheryl Sandberg’s live discussion on her newest leadership empowerment campaign, Lean In, on Thursday in Taper Hall of Humanities. Sheryl Sandberg is the chief operating officer of Facebook and in 2013, she was named one of Time magazine’s most influential people in the world. Sandberg has also worked for Google […]
The free campus ride service has expanded its staff, increased its fleet and reduced staff training time.