Judaic Treasures of Troy By Diane Krieger
Amazing things can happen when a secular research university and a small religious college decide to embrace each other’s differences.
Defying Diabesity By Gregory M. Vogel
Not satisfied to watch the two-headed serpent of obesity and diabetes devour ever-more and ever-younger prey, Francine Kaufman is fighting back with everything she’s got including a tough-talking book that’s scaring people skinny.
Magazine Memories By Christine E. Shade
In one form or another, USC has regaled its alumni with reports from old alma mater for 88 years. USC Trojan Family Magazine reflects on its own antecedents.
USC 125: Inventing the Future Since 1880 By Steven B. Sample
Myths of origin that surround and define USC are keys to understanding our past, present and future, President Steven B. Sample told the Newcomen Society of America in April, as USC kicked off its jubilee celebration.
Expanding the frontiers.
In praise of the porcine.
Reading between the lines.
What’s New - Shelf Life - People Watch
- Introducing a new provost, a place to count molecules and Einstein in the Golden State..
- Living healthy with diabetes.
- A biologist who refurbishes antiques, a firefighter with business flare and a handy hero.
Alumni & Friends
An Olympic oak reincarnated and a prime mover of protocol.
Keeping up with the Trojans.
• Glimpses of History
Marriage, Births and Deaths
Coming to the Rescue:
Brent Woodworth ’76
Rhonda Saunders JD ’82
Plane As Can Be:
Joe Bok ’85, MS ’99