Houses for the homeless
USC School of Architecture students designed innovative prototypes for homeless housing. Now they’re working to helping to build actual units that will put their ideas to work.
For older Americans with a high risk of heart disease, taking low-dose aspirin every day could reduce their risk of a heart attack, prevent some cancers and cancer deaths, and save the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients over 20 years — while saving billions of dollars, a USC study finds.
USC Thornton faculty member and alumnus Andrew Norman earns the prestigious Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition for his acclaimed orchestral work inspired by the experience of playing video games.
The buildings that comprise the USC Village project are coming together quickly; in some locations, landscaping is already in place. The $700 million project, including thousands of student beds as well as Target, Trader Joe’s and Starbucks, will open to students and shoppers in August.