A more central El Centro
El Centro Chicano provides a home away from home for USC's Latino students. And it's now in a more central location with an updated mural of pride and inspiration.
Foundations gave USC and its scientists and scholars $194 million in fiscal year 2011. That's tops among all U.S. universities. The dollars are critical to advancing USC's research leadership in cancer studies, veterans' issues, media trends and more.
Teenagers with a parent or sibling in the military who's been deployed are more likely than other teens to be depressed or even consider suicide. That's the message of a USC School of Social Work study, which suggests that schools, physicians and others watch for signs of trouble in these adolescents.
The rap on 3-D printing is that it takes too long and it's too complicated to make one object out of various materials. But USC Viterbi's Yong Chen and his team have found ways to print complex objects faster than ever before.
In this age of partisan bickering, Chris Matthews harkens back to a kinder, gentler era when opposing politicians were friends outside the office. The MSNBC Hardball host shared his memories during a talk with former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger at USC on Nov. 15.