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Surviving the Storm

Surviving the Storm

Ten years ago Hurricane Katrina blew Morgan Hawkins off his cherished path to medical school, but with the help of USC Dornsife, the alumnus got back on course to realizing his dream.

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Between Coercion and Resistance

Between Coercion and Resistance

Doctoral student Sari Siegel has been awarded a leading fellowship for her pioneering research into the largely unexplored history of Jewish prisoner-physicians in Nazi camps during World War II.

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Toward a Better World

Toward a Better World

Two USC Dornsife alumnae have been named Fulbright-Clinton Fellows — the first USC graduates to receive this honor.

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Move-in Day 2015

Move-in Day 2015

Watch this time-lapse video and share in the excitement as hundreds of students take to campus on Move-in Day.

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Love, Hope and Gratitude

Love, Hope and Gratitude

On Move-in Day, philosophy major Dominique Codjia and her parents remind us what attending college means, particularly for first-generation students.

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Conquering the Big Apple

Conquering the Big Apple

A respected women’s rights advocate, Sri Lankan-born alumna Penny Abeywardena is New York City’s ambassador to the global community.

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