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USC College Magazine Fall 2010/Winter 2011


These newest members of the Trojan Family have the initiative to seek changes and the perspicacity to see them through.

by Megan Christopher MPW '11 & Allison Doyle MPW '11  Full Story

Double Duty

Experiential education changes lives. Just ask the 68,000 student volunteers from the Joint Educational Project since 1972.

Gang Therapy

Stan Huey and his research team are investigating whether opening career paths can change the lives of gang-involved L.A. youth.

Keeping a Promise

Andrew Curtis and a team of USC College students ae document the rebuilding process of Post-Katrina New Orleans street by street.

Our Future Is in Their Hands

USC College has become the convening place for academic, community and public policy leaders to conduct and discuss research on the changing landscape of Los Angeles and the nation.

Pass It Forward

We can all inspire others, says Keary Colbert ’06, a spokesperson for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s “Be Great” campaign.

Getting to the Roots of Evil

Undergraduates in Problems Without Passports learn about shades of gray in Cambodia, 35 years after the Khmer Rouge.

For the Love of Giving

First student, athlete and physician — now hero — William Stetson ’82 brings arthroscopic surgery to Third World countries.

Trash Talk

Margo Reid Brown ’85, director of CalRecycle, sorts through the nitty-gritty of recycling in California and why every person can make a difference.

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