135 years old and still fighting on
From a modest start in what is now the Widney Alumni House, USC marks its 135th birthday as one of the nation’s leading research institutions.
Dana Goldman of the USC Schaeffer Center for Health Policy and Economics discusses a new study that shows treating 5 percent of all hepatitis C patients with the latest drugs would be more effective than the current approach.
Since USC started supplementing its nighttime Campus Cruiser program with Uber, the number of rides provided has soared. Most Uber trips for students are short and wait times are brief, increasing student safety at night.
After a childhood filled with long bus rides and cheap motels, 28-year-old sophomore Stephen Guy moves up from community college. “USC is investing in me,” says the USC Annenberg communications major.
A class in exercise physiology changed the course of Dave Salo’s career. His cerebral approach to the sport of swimming brought an entirely new style of training to his athletes — and more than a few championships.