Josh Kun is ’16 MacArthur fellow
The prestigious “genius grant” honors the USC Annenberg professor and cultural historian whose innovative work explores unexpected cross-cultural connections.
The five-story building — made possible through a generous gift from USC Trustee Frank J. Fertitta III and his wife, Jill — is the new home for USC Marshall’s undergraduate business program. It anchors the high-profile corner of Figueroa Street and Exposition Boulevard.
The commemoration included a moment of silence and laying of a wreath at the 9/11 Memorial on the University Park Campus. “Remembering that day is not a choice but our solemn obligation,” said Jennifer Massey, who led the effort to place a 9/11 monument at USC.
Six months ago, Kris Boesen was paralyzed after damaging his spine in a devastating car crash — yet he’s already moving his arms and hands. Learn more about his remarkable recovery, led by a USC surgeon’s team.
Joe Romero, a captain in the U.S. Army Reserve, is putting his USC training to good use. A 2013 graduate of the nurse anesthesia program at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, Romero was deployed earlier this year to assist Iraqis in the fight against ISIS.