USC in the News

January 13, 2022

Keck School of Medicine

  • Pasadena Star-News | Pasadena cancels Black History Parade, implements new health order amid omicron concerns | Keck School mentioned
  • The Daily Beast | This Might Be the Scariest Far-Right Mask Trend Yet | Jeffrey Klausner quoted

LAC + USC

  • Scientific American | Some COVID Patients Need Amputations to Survive | Kenneth Ziegler quoted 

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USC Annenberg School

  • Billboard | With ‘Encanto,’ Colombia Is Finally Seen and Not Just Heard | USC Annenberg School Inclusion Initiative cited

USC Dornsife College

  • Popular Science  and Daily Beast |Fish brains provide insight on how humans store memories | Don Arnold featured
  • The Washington Post  | When lobbyists and legislators socialize, lobbyists are more likely to get what they want | Christian Grose featured

USC Rossier School

  • Diverse Issues in Higher Education | Experts Focus on Ways to Strengthen Financial Oversight of Colleges | William Teirney featured
  • EdSource |Addressing the crisis in arts and music education in California | USC Rossier Dean Pedro Noguera quoted
    NPR New York affiliate WNYC also spoke with Noguera about the dangers of restricting lesson plans about history
  • LAist | Here’s How Much Money LA Parents Are Fundraising For Schools, And What It Buys | Oscar Jiménez-Castellanos quoted 

USC School of Pharmacy

  • The Washington Post | ‘Adaptogenic’ drinks advertise a booze-free good time. Read this before imbibing | Tam Phan quoted

 USC U.S.-China Institute

  • Deadline Hollywood | International Box Office Outlook: Hope Springs For 2022 Overseas, But Will China Ever Forgive Marvel? | Stanley Rosen featured