Hearing for the first time
Little Auguste Majkowski was born without a nerve critical to hearing. Now an innovative new implant could dramatically change his life.
An international partnership will bring thousands of the brightest minds from Mexico to study in the U.S. At USC, Mexico's consul general in LA visited Mexican students and faculty to reinforce strong ties between the university and several top academic institutions in Mexico.
Robert Garcia MA '05 rises up the ranks to become mayor of Long Beach. The USC Annenberg alum and adjunct faculty member becomes the first Latino and openly gay leader of the city.
It's official: USC will take on Alabama on Labor Day 2016 as part of the Cowboys Classic at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. The two teams last met in 1985.
Breast cancer cells can cruise through the blood stream and set up new tumors in the bones, brain and beyond. But by studying these cells, USC researcher Min Yu and colleagues discovered factors that may eventually help physicians craft more successful treatment plans.