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GeoScavenge Challenge

GeoScavenge Challenge

At the inaugural USC GeoScavenge, incoming freshmen use geospatial technology to familiarize themselves with the University Park campus.

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Sweet Trip

Sweet Trip

Undergraduates travel to New York for a Maymester course that provides an insider’s view of the professional art world. In one exhibit, they discuss a thought-provoking work made of sugar.

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Never Routine — Class of ’18

Never Routine — Class of ’18

Compliments to this year’s incoming freshmen. Of nearly 26,000 freshmen applicants, USC Dornsife greeted about 1,200 first-year students during Welcome Week.

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A Pearl of a Job

A Pearl of a Job

Alumna Tina Weier has discovered her dream job working as a pearl biologist in the paradisiacal Cook Islands.

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Avoiding Mass Destruction

Avoiding Mass Destruction

In a Problems Without Passports course, Wayne Glass of international relations leads a group of undergraduates to Washington, D.C., to study nonproliferation and weapons of mass destruction.

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From Berlin to Baghdad?

From Berlin to Baghdad?

This November marks the 25th anniversary of the collapse of the Berlin Wall. A new book by professor Mary Elise Sarotte traces how the event that marked the end of the Cold War in Europe was not just the result of actions by the United States.

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