Playing through rehab
A video game developed at USC lets patients play their way through rehabilitation. Mystic Isle tracks patients’ movement as they tackle tasks that are actually rehab exercises.
To most of us, the world is a three-dimensional place, but not to USC Dornsife’s Aaron Lauda. To Lauda, a theoretical mathematician, a critical fourth dimension - time - needs to be considered when studying complex subjects like physics.
In conjunction with the Festival of Books on April 18-19, USC Civic Engagement is holding a book drive to benefit children who attend the schools surrounding the USC campuses — and you can donate without leaving your chair.
To commemorate this month’s 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the USC Shoah Foundation — The Institute for Visual History and Education will debut a monthlong series of testimony clips from survivors and witnesses of the 20th century’s first genocide.