Ensconced in a lecture room at the University of Oxford’s Merton College, seven USC Dornsife undergraduates gazed about them at the venerable oil paintings adorning the walls. Through the windows, they could look across… more>
Katherine Fu: The Brain of the Matter
It’s said that the study of the human brain is the last frontier in science. With that in mind, Katherine Fu, the class of 2013 valedictorian, is ready to chart new… more>
Carl Quimby Christol, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Political Science in USC Dornsife and pioneer in the field of international space law, has died. He was 98.
Christol died at home in Santa Barbara, Calif., on Feb. 22,… more>
Rufus Hannah’s once-feral hair has been cut and neatly combed. Clean-shaven, he wears a crisp T-shirt. His rotted teeth have been capped and he flashes a white smile.
Employed and sober, he no longer stumbles… more>
Southern California's first Latino newspaper, a defender of human rights founded in 1855, will be chronicled at a Huntington Library gathering.
The activism and advocacy of El Clamor Público, Southern… more>
Alison Dundes Renteln, an expert on human rights and American politics, has been named director of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics at USC.
The institute — named after a man whose four-decade political… more>