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As many as 150,000 guests attended the 19th annual <em>Los Angeles Times</em> Festival of Books held at USC April 11 and 12. Photo by Gus Ruelas.

Music, Spirit and Truth

April 14, 2014

It’s that same pang of longing you feel after reading the last word in a great novel. You don’t want to close the book. The two-day Los Angeles Times Festival of Books celebrated creativity and the written word on…

Thousands stroll USC's University Park campus April 21 and 22 and attend panel discussions, including ones that spotlight USC Dornsife authors. Photo by Dennis Martinez.

L.A., L.A., Do You Read?

April 23, 2012

USC Dornsife authors emerged as main characters this past weekend during the 17th annual Los Angeles Times Festival of Books held for the second year at USC. They shared the page with the likes of journalist Patt Morrison…

Carol Muske-Dukes, professor of English and creative writing in USC Dornsife and California’s poet laureate, will read from <em>Twin Cities</em>, her eighth book of poetry, and other work during the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on Saturday, April 30. Muske-Dukes photo by Carlos Puma.

A Soul Divided

April 25, 2011

In an excerpt from her poem “Twin Cities II,” Carol Muske-Dukes writes: A single Mind, forever unable to refuse its overstatement: bloodOn snow, the gnawed bars of the trap, crack after crack In the courthouse…

USC Dornsife at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

USC Dornsife at the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

April 25, 2011

The 2011 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books comes to the USC campus on Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1 to bring together the people who create books with the people who love to read them. Join faculty from USC Dana and…

Governor's Race: September 2010 Poll Results

Jerry Brown Has Slight Edge Over Meg Whitman, Buoyed by Support Among Latino Voters

September 29, 2010

Jerry Brown has a double-digit advantage over Meg Whitman among likely Latino voters, contributing to a slight overall lead in California's closely contested race for governor, according to the latest results from the USC…

Latino Voters: September 2010 Poll Results

Latino Voters Give Democratic Candidates Their Edge

September 29, 2010

Latino voters in California are leaning heavily toward Democratic candidates, but appear to be more supportive of Barbara Boxer than Jerry Brown, according to results from the USC College of Letters, Arts & Sciences/Los…

Dan Schnur, director of the College’s Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, along with Department of Political Science chair Ann Crigler and Professor of Political Science Jane Junn, will coordinate the on-campus aspects of the poll. Photo credit Alexandra Bissonnette.

California's Best Years Have Passed, Voters Say

November 8, 2009

Frustrated at California's woes, voters are sharply pessimistic about whether the next governor will be able to move the state in the right direction, and most believe California is in the midst of a long-term decline, a new…

USC College of Letters, Arts & Sciences and the Los Angeles Times Join Forces in New California State Poll

USC College of Letters, Arts & Sciences and the Los Angeles Times Join Forces in New California State Poll

November 4, 2009

The Los Angeles Times and the University of Southern California College of Letters, Arts & Sciences today announced they will jointly sponsor a series of six statewide public opinion polls beginning November 8, 2009, and…