Professor Steven J. Ross talks about political attitudes throughout Hollywood history.
Original Date of Publication: Oct. 16, 1984 Vice President George Bush, speaking Monday from the steps of Doheny Library, characterized Democrats as belonging to a party that wants to limit opportunity and that “says no to hope.” Bush also attacked Democratic presidential candidate Walter Mondale, calling him “wedded to the failures of the past,” and […]
In light of last week’s assassination of U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens and the murder of three other Americans, coupled with the spread of anti-American sentiment and attacks across the Middle East, foreign policy has begun to overshadow economic policy in the 2012 presidential election. The Middle East embassy attacks also highlight a serious […]
Fred Ryan discusses his time at USC and working for the Reagan Administration.
Sudden rising costs, from food to gas, greatly affect students who rely on fixed student loans.
A glimpse at the sitting, future and past presidents that have visited the University of Southern California throughout the school's history.