Organizer says conference helps enhance the university’s reputation around the world.
Mike Nyeholt (right), the original inspiration for Swim With Mike, thanks children for attending the swim-a-thon Saturday at the McDonald’s Swim Stadium. The event, now in its 30th year, raises money for scholarships for disabled student-athletes. Besides the traditional swim-a-thon, the event also featured a silent auction, live entertainment and a barbecue during football practice.
Organizers had hoped the event would be larger, but funding and staffing issues posed obstacles.
Students who lease with First Choice Housing can get tickets to an upcoming Lakers’ game.
The USC area has only achieved a 30 percent return rate on census forms, but officials are taking steps to increase participation.
The annual swim-a-thon has been raising money for scholarships for 30 years.
The Bandit-II, a prototype humanoid robot, was tested during the USC Robotics Open House in Tutor Hall on Thursday. The daylong event gave members of the USC community the chance to see many different robots in action and also highlighted the work of professors from USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering. The event was part of […]
The new Art of Living Center will offer a number of events that some hope will improve religious and cultural offerings.
Public colleges and universities across California are using wait lists for the first time.
Officials hope the new partnership will help expand medical education in Armenia.