Trojans get hands-on experience in age-old skills like forging steel, making bread and starting a fire (no matches allowed), and learn about themselves, too.
From numbers to colors, superstitions vary dramatically from culture to culture. On this Friday the 13th, USC faculty trace what we believe brings us good luck and bad, and why.
Learn why some of the answers to the nation’s most challenging societal issues might come from an unexpected source: architects.
Extended time — at least a year — studying in Hong Kong and in Milan uniquely prepares World Bachelor in Business graduates for careers in international commerce.
Renters can’t decide how environmentally friendly their building is. But USC environmental engineer Kelly T. Sanders has plenty of tips on going green, even if you rent.