Inside a science lab at USC, two high school students stared at a preserved sheep kidney on a tray. Looking like a giant chili bean, the organ is roughly the size of a computer mouse.
Wearing blue rubber gloves, April Watts… more>
Fourth grader Alex Flores clamps down hard on his pencil to finish his story that begins, "One day I came to school and no one was there."
In his tale, Alex turns invisible and hears Mario singing the SpongeBob SquarePants… more>
Piper Stremmel knows what originally attracted her to community service at USC. As a freshman, she participated in the Joint Educational Project (JEP), the College’s service-learning program, to bolster her… more>
There may be no free lunches in this world, but recently members of USC College’s natural sciences machine shop did enjoy a meal on the Dean’s dime. USC College Dean Joseph Aoun picked up the lunch tab for… more>
USC College Sociologist Paul Lichterman explores American civic lifeBy Kaitlin Solimine September 2004 The widespread belief that increased participation in civic groups will lead to a more democratic and engaged society… more>