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Samantha Bricio in action on the court. Photo by Percy Anderson.

Bricio Volleys Way to China

June 19, 2014

It’s a good week for Trojan athlete Samantha Bricio. Bricio, an All-American on the USC women’s volleyball team, has joined the Pac-12 All-Star team on its trip to China. The team will play seven matches over two…

The Fulbright Scholarship was established to increase the mutual understanding between the United States and other countries. USC Dornsife students and alumni who are 2013-14 Fulbright Scholars will study and teach throughout the world. Clockwise from top left is Joshua Rivkin, Italy; Travis Glynn, India; Megan Rilkoff, Laos; Andrew Ju, South Korea; Jonathan Truong, Vietnam; Molly Levine, Thailand; Jasneet Aulakh, India; Ana Lee, Portugal; Juan Espinoza, Mexico; and Abhishek Verma, Switzerland.

The Fabulous Fulbrights

May 10, 2013

Ten exceptional USC Dornsife students have been selected for the prestigious Fulbright Fellowship, which awards them for academic achievement and commitment to cultural engagement. USC has been recognized as one of the top 40…

Steven Lopez, professor of psychology in USC Dornsife, addresses a group of promotoras and family members of relatives who are mentally ill at a Casa de Salud private home in Puebla, Mexico. Photo by Ava Casados.

Mexico Program Targets Care for Mentally Ill

January 19, 2012

In a neighborhood in Puebla, Mexico, a dozen promotoras — health care workers who screen ill people to determine what level of doctor care they need — gathered at a private home for a platica — or chat…

More Than Just the Score

More Than Just the Score

January 27, 2010

Although ESPN The Magazine Senior Writer Jorge Aranguré Jr. ’97 remains concerned with these key components of sports reporting, deeper issues are at play in his features. Aranguré-penned stories tend to…

<em>American Quarterly</em>'s September 2008 Special Issue on migration earned a top award by a national organization of editors of scholarly journals. <em>American Quarterly</em> is headquartered in USC College's Department of American Studies and Ethnicity.

After Ellis Island

January 11, 2010

Mexicans seeking U.S. citizenship often view the interview process as arbitrary, and say Latino officers who administer the tests are usually the toughest, USC College Ph.D. student Adrian Felix wrote in an essay. Felix's…

María Elena Martínez’s book, which traces the purity of blood concept from 15th century Spain to the New World, has won two major awards from the American Historical Association. Photo credit Pamela J. Johnson.

Tracing the Roots of Discrimination

January 6, 2010

Maria Elena Martinez's book, Genealogical Fictions: Limpieza de Sangre, Religion, and Gender in Colonial Mexico (Stanford University Press, 2008), the first in-depth study of the purity of blood concept and repercussions, has…

Act Locally

Act Locally

March 1, 2005

Art Historian Selma Holo examines the activism of the artists and museums of Oaxaca By Katherine Yungmee Kim March 2005 The state of Oaxaca always had an identity separate from the rest of Mexico’s. Even though it was…

One Wise Woman

One Wise Woman

December 1, 2004

Two Fulbrights Awarded to IR Prof to Study NAFTA By Katherine Yungmee Kim December 2004 Carol Wise is getting her countries confused. The USC College political economist is leaving for Hong Kong, where she will be working on…

Charting 'The Rise of Los Angeles'

Charting 'The Rise of Los Angeles'

July 22, 2004

In his new book, USC historian William Deverell examines L.A.’s troubled relationship to — and denial of — its Mexican roots. by Gilien Silsby Los Angeles has long been touted as a cultural crossroads,…