Through a summer course in Tulum, Mexico, USC students learn yoga and mindfulness. It’s part of a new minor aimed at helping students take control of their health.
Mexico played an important role in helping escaped slaves find freedom and in shaping the United States Civil War, argues Alice Baumgartner, a member of the USC Society of Fellows in the Humanities, headquartered at USC Dornsife. [4¾ min read]
It may be tempting to equate Day of the Dead with Halloween, but the two holidays celebrate very different customs. [5 min read]
Contrary to popular belief, Cinco de Mayo doesn’t mark Mexican Independence. But it does represent an important turning point in the country's history.
Should we be concerned about U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Roberta Jacobson's announcement that she will resign this year? Pamela Starr of international relations breaks down what Jacobson's departure means for U.S.-Mexico relations in The Conversation.
Johanna Reyes is making an impact from Mexico to Cuba, and intends to do even more after graduating this year with a degree in international relations and the global economy.
Research-derived data give a clear picture of the current state of affairs for immigrants living in the United States.
USC Dornsife’s Samuel Steinberg of Spanish and Portuguese reexamines the student movement — and massacre — of Mexico 1968 in an effort to recover its lost legacy.
The researchers arrive as part of a new collaboration between USC and Mexico’s Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología.