Gift from college access program’s namesakes, Leslie and William McMorrow, fund classrooms.
The USC Price professor will now set the agenda for the civilian panel, which functions much like a board of governors for the police department.
GREEN WEEK: The L.A. Memorial Coliseum’s zero waste program, one of the most acclaimed in the country, is diverting tons of recyclable and compostable waste away from landfills.
The celebrated stadium — one of the most iconic venues in sports, entertainment and culture — has been part of USC life from the very beginning.
A “fireside chat” between USC President Carol L. Folt and Mayor Karen Bass reinforces the university’s collaborative work with the city in a united quest to care for the unhoused, whose numbers have increased since COVID.
Though the South Bay native came late to storytelling, he’s found his voice as he graduates with a master’s in journalism from USC Annenberg.
Each year, USC Price students work with local organizations on persistent issues that plague urban neighborhoods — and due to COVID-19, those issues have escalated dramatically.
The Air Line closed in 1953 — a half-century before Metro rail lines revived regional interest in public transit.
Jose Miguel Ruiz inspires sustainable renewal through onions, celery and Swiss chard — and it’s happening one empty lot at a time.
Bruins and Trojans can all get along when it comes to creating a livable urban future.