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Paws and claws at the Coliseum
Sunny, Mom and Wallicia：Meet the feline workforce keeping rodents at bay at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
A century of Trojan pride
Read about the USC Alumni Association’s key milestones and moments that shaped a legacy of unity, community and enduring Trojan spirit since 1923.
Pedals of change
How a Keck School of Medicine of USC student created the One Bicycle Foundation and embarked on an inspiring journey that transformed lives across three continents.
How old is too old to be president?
The candidates’ ages are a concern for many ahead of the 2024 elections, but significant life experience has its advantages, USC experts say.
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Newly minted Trojans
From a record-breaking number of first-generation college students to a surge in the number of Trojan twin sets, the new enrollees at USC are a truly exceptional cohort.
‘My mind is my best friend and worst enemy’
Elyn Saks, a renowned expert in mental health policy and law, became a fierce advocate for mental health after being diagnosed with schizophrenia at age 28.
Want to be happy? Be grateful.
USC Dornsife scholars who study gratitude science say the emotion has physical and mental health benefits ranging from decreased stress to lower inflammation and heart rate.
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