Watching a visual testimony from a Holocaust survivor is a deeply moving, powerful and unforgettable experience.
The USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education, based in USC Dornsife, maintains a historic… more>
Standing beneath the large glass chandeliers in Town and Gown, USC juniors and seniors proudly raised their right hands as they recited the oath that would induct them into the nation’s most prestigious academic honor… more>
Do Japanese people have a special sushi-digestion gene? What are 10 things everyone must know about comets? Can giraffes swim?
Inquiring minds from the Internet’s vibrant scientific online community want to know. The… more>
With one book just out and another expected next year about United States-Latin America relations, Abe Lowenthal has spent the past four years interviewing leaders of diverse perspectives south of the border.
The professor of… more>
The few million silvery sardines that recently went belly up at Redondo Beach have been removed and the rotten egg smell has nearly dissipated.
But the fish kill story at King Harbor is not over.
“We’re going to… more>