Sentiments about the Chinese Communist Party and its policies aren’t so rosy when surveyed Chinese citizens feel truly anonymous, according to USC Dornsife research.
A decade after her film upended SeaWorld, the USC Dornsife alumna says her filmmaking career was shaped by her political science studies.
Political science major Triston Ezidore balances classwork with his duties as a member of the Culver City school board.
From winning elections to opening a poetry library to donning a Miss California sash, these alumni had a remarkable year of achievement.
It’s Election Day, you go to vote – and you’re told you’re not registered or you’re not eligible to vote. A civil rights lawyer provides a guide so voters can know their rights to cast a ballot.
Every citizen has the right to vote. But various characteristics and legal requirements affect how likely any one person is to actually cast a ballot.
Controversy of veils goes back more than a century, a USC Dornsife scholar of Iran explains the history and current circumstances behind the recent protests.
The word ‘neoliberal’ gets thrown around a lot, often with differing and even contradictory meanings. A USC Dornsife scholar and political economist explains the origins and evolution of this complex concept.
The graduating senior is taking his USC Dornsife degree in philosophy, politics and law and heading into the Marines.