Reeling in the Years: Cinema at 75 By John Zollinger
February 6, 1929, marked the beginning: the first meeting of a course called “Introduction to Photoplay.” Today it’s hard to imagine USC without filmmaking. What a difference three-quarters of a century makes.
Invisible Killer By Monika Guttman
Notoriously underfunded, notoriously underresearched, lung cancer has long been a neglected medical stepchild despite its rank as the global leader in cancer deaths. Researchers and clinicians at USC are breathing new life into the struggle against this invisible killer.
- Married, With Joint Research By Monika Guttman
After years of working separately, husband and wife biochemists team up on groundbreaking research that may someday produce a blood test to detect early-stage lung cancer.
Pure of Hartke By Diane Krieger
New-music cognoscenti have prized his purposeful, inventive voice for nearly 25 years. But since 2003 the year one critic dubbed his “coming-out party” even the uninitiated have started to spark to the ism-less art of Stephen Hartke.
On consanguineous excellence.
Your chance to letter at USC.
What’s New - Shelf Life - People Watch
- Professorial population explosion, baseball and bullets, favored fuel of astronauts.
- Our anglicized city of angels, how kids rate their parents’ divorce.
- Dances with robots, mad about malaria, guru of the guitar.
Alumni & Friends
Olympic golden moments, when Irish eyes were crying.
In touch with all Troy.
• Glimpses of History - Heavy Medal
Marriage, Births and Deaths
David Brubaker ’67, MBA ’68
Her Kind of Town:
Jan Perry ’77, MPA ’81
Mark Asher ’85r ’89