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New dean of Levanthal announced

USC recently named Professor William H. Holder as the next dean of the Leventhal School of Accounting. He will replace Randolph Beatty as dean of the school starting on July 1. Holder is currently the Ernst & Young Professor of Accounting, and has taught at USC since 1979. He also serves as the director of […]

Not your everyday business school

USC’s Marshall School of Business’s research efforts expand well beyond the practical application of a business education.

Merging cinema and technology

A push for innovation is not lost at the country’s best film school, where interdisciplinary work is the key to success.

Taking the next step

A push for the transformation of certain departments could hold the key to USC’s ultimate goals.

USC looks to transform research in the digital age

The path to a permanent place in the ivory tower has traditionally consisted of long, solitary nights spent poring over books or data or code, looking for a pattern no one else has spotted before, hoping — maybe even praying — that the days, weeks and months of painstaking research will culminate in publication in […]

Violence spreads to Syria

Violence in the Middle East has spread to Syria, where the army has launched a major military operation in the southern city of Daraa. Several witnesses reported the bodies of those killed and wounded in the operation lying in the streets.  Another witness reported around 3,000 soldiers in the city breaking into houses and firing […]

The Railroad Revival Tour stops in San Pedro

On Friday, April 22, The Railroad Revival Tour made its second stop at an old shipping yard in San Pedro. In a mere six days, Old Crow Medicine Show, Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros and the revelatory Mumford and Sons, will have trekked from Oakland to New Orleans, with stops in both Arizona and […]

Down to Funk celebrates the release of new EP

Down to Funk officially released its EP, RU?, this past Friday night at USC’s hippest music venue, Tommy’s Place. With a merch table stacked with CDs, DTF was ready to celebrate with old fans, new fans and the opening acts, Segun and House Fire. House Fire started the night off right with a solid, yet […]