USC in the News

USC In the News 9/26/2017

The Washington Post published an op-ed by Darby Saxbe of the USC Dornsife College on how fathers can also experience postpartum depression due to changes in testosterone levels. "Our findings reveal that men’s postpartum testosterone has a complex relationship with family health," Saxbe wrote. She also compared the effects of low testosterone levels in human fathers to those in the animal kingdom.

Los Angeles Times quoted Travis Longcore of the USC Dornsife College and USC School of Architecture about development sprawl and its impact on dwindling natural open space areas.

CNN quoted Matthew Fiedler of the USC Schaeffer Center's and Center for Health Policy at Brookings Institute's Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Innovation in Health Policy on the impact the latest attempt to dismantle the Affordable Care Act will have on the economy and number of insured Americans.

Reuters quoted Najmedin Meshkati of the USC Viterbi School on the challenges Puerto Rican officials and citizens will face in restoring power to the island after suffering hurricane damage and severe flooding.

CBS News quoted David Carter of the USC Marshall School’s Sports Business Institute on how NFL players and owners need to be mindful of different viewpoints when responding to national anthem protests.

The Hill quoted Sam Erman of the USC Gould School on why the United States Supreme Court could hear arguments for and against President Donald Trump's refugee ban separate from the travel ban.

KPCC-FM's "Take Two" interviewed David Kang of the USC Dornsife College's Korean Studies Institute on how the rhetoric of President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may be more flamboyant, but the facts of the situation have not changed.

BloombergQuint quoted Daniel Durbin of the USC Annenberg School's Institute for Sports, Media & Society on how NFL owners must craft their responses to President Donald Trump's tweets carefully because a portion of NFL fans support the president's statements.

USA Today quoted Todd Boyd of the USC School of Cinematic Arts about the impact of NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick's silent protest for social justice and against police brutality.

Deadline quoted Stanley Rosen of the USC Dornsife College on why the Chinese government may have prohibited the premiere of the movie "Youth," a coming-of-age drama set during the 1979 Sino-Vietnamese war.

Daily Democrat quoted Greg Autry of the USC Marshall School about the rising interest in space burials.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette quoted David Carter of the USC Marshall School's Sports Business Institute on why it is unreasonable to make assumptions about declining ratings for NFL games based on one week of data.

The New York Times mentioned a USC assistant basketball coach was charged with federal corruption by the FBI. The Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Associated Press, NBC News, ESPN, CBS Sports, USA Today Sports, CNBC, Business Insider, San Jose Mercury News, Agence France Presse, United Press International, Fox Business, The Blaze, Fortune, Miami Herald, Heavy and L.A. Biz mentioned the charges.

Los Angeles Times noted the Medical Board of California suspended the medical license of the former dean of the Keck School of Medicine of USC, Carmen Puliafito. Los Angeles Times' "Essential California" newsletter, ABC News Los Angeles affiliate KABC-TV, CBS News Los Angeles affiliate KCBS-TV, Fox News Los Angeles affiliate KTTV-TV, Politico and Poynter also mentioned the action.

Business Insider, in a story about the 10 universities that have produced the largest number of millionaires, mentioned USC.

Jewish Journal published commentary by Martin Kaplan of the USC Annenberg School about differing opinions on proper grammar.

New York Post mentioned a Title IX investigation into a student accused of sexual assault; the state court dismissed the charges.

The National (Scotland) mentioned "We Are Failing," a film inspired by Jack Halberstam of the USC Dornsife College's book "The Queer Art of Failure."