More than 60,000 members of the Trojan Family united on the University Park Campus for USC’s 134th commencement ceremony.
What gave the Trojans a leg up in the Classics Olympia competition? Credit the intimacy of USC Dornsife’s Classics Department — especially small class sizes and student-faculty camaraderie.
Appearing as part of the USC President’s Distinguished Lecture series, the former United Kingdom leader speaks to a packed Bovard Auditorium.
More than 60,000 members of the Trojan Family united on the University Park Campus for USC’s 133rd commencement ceremony.
USC President C. L. Max Nikias joins USC Dornsife’s Thomas Habinek in teaching “The Culture of the Athenian Democracy” to a select group of freshmen and sophomores.
Visit to the university he attended in the 1970s wraps up a week of historic diplomacy across the U.S.
Standout students, faculty and administrators celebrate the heights of Trojan scholarship at the 34th annual Academic Honors Convocation on April 15.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Institute of Armenian Studies raises awareness of Armenian culture, history and contemporary issues on campus, in Southern California and beyond.
While USC hails class of 2014 stars during a recent event, USC President C. L. Max Nikias says the scholars embody the qualities of the ideal Trojan.