Heartbeat of a Nation
America has always regarded the Vietnam War as its own personal horror story. USC Dornsife scholars examine the legacy of what even the Vietnamese still refer to as “The American War.” By Susan Bell
With politics, a dose of comedy can offer some relief from all of the posturing and polarization. But can humor also influence our political ideologies?
Scientists have long counseled presidents. Still, many politicians and much of the public seem slow to trust them — a situation that needs a remedy.
In a saga lasting more than 200 years, political parties in the United States have shifted, evolved and — more importantly — persisted.
Five USC Dornsife alumni launched careers in politics and public service, representing both their alma mater and their fellow citizens.
Physicist Amber Miller’s research has allowed her to look back to the universe’s origins. Now, as the 22nd dean of USC Dornsife, her sights are set on the future.
Nathaniel Haas ’15 draws from his USC Dornsife experiences to address the nation’s political woes.
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