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Carlos Rodriguez is implementing the eco-friendly green space at Malabar Elementary School in Boyle Heights.
Essential to any top-tier university’s success is a positive public image. And essential to any positive public image is philanthropy, outreach and public service. USC accomplishes all three of these through its Good Neighbors Campaign. The fundraiser, held annually each October, supports university-community partnerships such as Troy Camp and the Community Health Fair. This year’s […]
USC ramped up its programs with local schools after the 1992 riots, JEP’s director says.
EdMonth kicks off with a panel of educational leaders Monday in Bovard Auditorium.
St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church was gift from USC donor Edward L. Doheny.
JEP is creating and continuing programs and renovating its house as it celebrates 40 years of service.
The increase in international students is attributed to the strong Trojan network, students say.
Students from Vermont Elementary, part of USC’s Joint Educational Project Young Scientist Program, paint a recycling-themed mural with aid from the MobileMural Lab, as part of a studio started by Nadine Afari, head of YSP, keying a recycling awareness push.
As students at a leading private research university in California, we have a duty to more than simply notice the escalating gap between the rich and the poor in the United States and abroad. Timothy Smeeding, a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor who specializes in poverty said to USA Today, “More than other countries, [America] has […]
Thinking about the future and what lies ahead can often be a rather daunting activity. Hearing the stories of others and how their lives came together can help relieve some of that normal anxiety that we all feel. Today at the University Religious Center, students will be given the chance to listen to USC faculty […]