During a time when the current Title IX protections become vulnerable under the current presidential administration, it is important that the University continues to uphold and expand upon its efforts to combat sexual assault.
Divisions mark the 4,752 square miles that comprise what we consider to be “Los Angeles.” After all, the county includes 158 cities. And the city itself is composed of 87 neighborhoods. What’s more, most neighborhoods have a definite character that carries with it various perceptions and stereotypes. The University Park Campus, in many ways, is […]
Click the image to enlarge the timeline of significant events in Daily Trojan’s and USC’s history over the last 100 years. Design by Christina Ellis | Daily Trojan
Originally published as The Daily Southern Californian in 1912, the DT has burgeoned as USC’s long-standing, primary source of campus news and information. It has also been recognized for its enduring mission: to provide a forum for information, for free and responsible discussion, and for intellectual exploration.
The Daily Trojan, first published in 1912, has been providing the USC community with campus news and information for 100 years. Get the scoop on DT's history, developments and continuing legacy.
Just two years removed from USC’s takeover, USC Hospitals has seen its importance to the community grow.
A 2010 funding jump has spurred the Keck School of Medicine’s push for research.
By Sophia Lee Writing a research paper need not involve labor-intensive and time-consuming readings of texts. Instead, imagine videos, images, colors, graphs and speech lighting up each page. Words might be non-linear and color-coded, linking to relevant information and visuals. And perhaps, it might even pique enough curiosity in the reader to start a discussion. […]
Funded through grants and private donation, the School of Education sees its research thrive on small and large scales.
Boosted by faculty-driven by research, engineering finds new ground at USC.