Though commencement never came for more than 100 Japanese American students who were forced into internment during World War II, the university will at last issue posthumous degrees in their names.
Every two weeks, a language dies. USC Viterbi doctoral candidate Lina Brixey, a member of the Choctaw Nation, is determined hers will not be next.
From a modest start in a western town without paved streets or telephones, USC marks its 141st birthday Oct. 6 as one of the nation’s leading research institutions.
Immigration is boosting U.S. life expectancy, a USC/Princeton University study finds. An increase in American-born overdose deaths and the mix of immigrants each played a role.
The Digital Promotoras program — funded in part by the USC Good Neighbors Campaign — shows teens how photos can shed light on unseen issues in the community.