The president sat down with the Daily Trojan to talk about his new class.
University administrators and faculty plan to vet outside candidates as well as those from USC.
On Friday, the USC Shoah Foundation commemorated its 20th anniversary with an event featuring trustee Steven Spielberg and USC President C. L. Max Nikias. Building upon its current success, the Shoah Foundation announced its intent to establish the Center for Advanced Genocide Research. The center will be housed within the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts […]
(Left to right): USC Glorya Kaufman School of Dance Dean Robert A. Cutietta, school benefactor and namesake Glorya Kaufman, USC President C. L. Max Nikias and USC Kaufman Vice Dean and Director Jodie Gates participate in the groundbreaking ceremony for the Glorya Kaufman International Dance Center on Wednesday.
Dear President C. L. Max Nikias, Last year, USC faculty and students came together to call on our university to affiliate with the Worker Rights Consortium, the only independent factory monitor in the nation. This was an important first step, and since our affiliation last summer, the locations of Trojan apparel production and detailed reports […]
The summer scholarships will strengthen current relations between the military and USC.
Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and USC President C.L Max Nikias announced Wednesday the formation of the USC Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy. The institute will be a part of the Sol Price School of Public Policy and focus on policy and social issues in five main areas: energy and the environment, fiscal […]
Alumna Verna B. Dauterive said the building will honor her late husband Peter W. Dauterive.
NCAA bylaws require that a successful appeal of sanctions proves an “abuse of discretion.” But fans understand that doing so is challenging. The odds are bleak. College athletics’ governing body must acknowledge its previously rendered decision was incorrect. In essence, it must admit failure. Since the NCAA amended its procedure for appeals hearings in 2008, […]
School officials and lawyers met with the NCAA Infractions Appeals Committee Saturday.