Daniel J. Strouse, one of 14 students from U.S. universities chosen to receive the prestigious Churchill Scholarship, is the first at USC.
Churchill Scholars must demonstrate extraordinary talent, outstanding academic… more>
When four members of the USC College Department of Earth Sciences took a fieldwork expedition to the United Kingdom, they didn’t have to venture out in the middle of nowhere, drive on dirt roads for hours or hike miles… more>
As the USC Trojans prepared to play the California Bears at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum last fall, there was another face-off scheduled on campus: Weston Rowland vs. Ronald Dworkin. As part of his Philosophy of Law… more>
Growing up in Tampa, Fl., where Koreans comprise less than 1 percent of the population, Jimisha Tolliver had never heard of lotus chips.
When visiting Korea for the first time, the USC College senior couldn’t get enough… more>
USC College Professor Emeritus Donald J. Lewis, experimental psychologist with expertise in learning and memory, former dean of social sciences and chair of the Department of Psychology, has died. He was 88.
Lewis died after… more>
For playwright and poet Brighde Mullins, it’s usually a powerful image that incites narrative.
Recently, it was the captivating description of a young Phillis Wheatley — a slave who became the first… more>