Two new policies will make a USC undergraduate education more affordable for those who most need financial assistance.
Bravo Medical Magnet High School and the Communication and Technology School students participated in “I Too Am: Media Arts, & Belonging,” a project designed by USC faculty.
After chemotherapy and radiation, cancer patient Aviana D’Souza’s Stage IV Hodgkin’s lymphoma had gone into remission. Then a different struggle began.
Parents and graduating students from South and East L.A. shared breakfast and reminisced about their seven-year path through USC’s premier college prep program.
A new trauma-informed program at USC Student Health offers personalized support for survivors, both on and off campus.
For more than 90 years, USC Gould School of Law students have worked with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles to seek justice for the marginalized and gravely ill.
The ACT Together residency uses the arts to give a revitalizing voice to burned-out doctors, nurses and medical staff.
María Aranda hopes to shine a light on USC’s research as a member of Governor Gavin Newsome’s Task Force on Alzheimer’s Prevention and Preparedness.
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