USC should aim to become its own class of university — one that exceeds the Ivy Leagues.
This year, perhaps more than others, USC is making moves not just to innovate but also to redefine its roles. Depending on whom you ask, USC is any number of things: a football dynasty, a party school, a top-tier research institution. Outside the spotlight, detractors maintain that USC is a vain institution on a pedestal. […]
Fostering community isn’t just about providing funding. Campus organizations grant students the opportunity to express themselves, satisfy their interests and share their passion with others. In turn, these organizations make USC a better place to live and learn. But while the community thrives on its own, it relies on the university to support it. Fostering […]
I always wanted to attend USC. Growing up in a family of USC alumni, I was born with cardinal and gold blood. I knew the Fight Song like my ABCs. I was destined to be a Trojan. Yes, I had always heard about the Trojan Family, the connections and everything my parents and relatives had lived, […]
President C. L. Max Nikias says the Trojan Family bond is an important part of the healing process.
USC administrators say they encourage students to use one another for support.
Mona Cravens, director of student publications, joined the Trojan Family in 1976.
Graduate Student Government President Yael Adef wants her constituents to better connect.
Candy Yee, an avid fan of all things Trojan, was a Helene and a member of Delta Phi when she attended USC.
Ginsburg and Coxe said their work with other organizations on campus has prepared them for the job.