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Book Feast

Book Feast

USC Dornsife faculty take center stage at the 2015 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books — the biggest book festival in the nation.

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Voices from Vietnam

Voices from Vietnam

Viet Thanh Nguyen’s first novel explores the Vietnam War through the lens of his conflicted protagonist, an American-educated spy for the Viet Cong.

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Opening D.C.’s Doors

Opening D.C.’s Doors

USC Dornsife’s new Washington, D.C. Program combines courses in international relations with prestigious internships in the nation’s capital.

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Hidden Costs

Hidden Costs

A new study led by biologist Donal Manahan finds that organisms defend themselves against climate change — to a point. Increasing carbon dioxide levels can force a sea urchin’s metabolism into overdrive just to stay alive.

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Dyer Joins English Department

Dyer Joins English Department

Award-winning author Geoff Dyer will teach undergraduate and graduate courses beginning this Fall.

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Binder Clip, Anyone?

Binder Clip, Anyone?

Research by Norbert Schwarz shows that shopping while hungry makes people buy more than just food.

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