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.
Selim Zilkha uses the fruits of his business success to fight one of the banes of human health: Alzheimer's disease. A major gift from the longstanding USC donor endows a chair for researcher Berislav Zlokovic, who's making promising strides against the neurodegenerative disease.
USC President C. L. Max Nikias and Mrs. Niki C. Nikias opened their home to students to share Thanksgiving dinner at the official presidential residence in what the Nikiases have established as an ongoing Trojan Family tradition.
They're seniors, isolated and alone. They're young people who survived war and now live in fear. Sometimes they're residents of rural America. Wherever they are, they're in need of mental health services. Now they can get it online through USC Telehealth.