USC in the News

June 10, 2022

Keck School of Medicine

  • The Atlantic | A Negative COVID Test Has Never Been So Meaningless | Susan Butler-Wu quoted

USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture

  • Los Angeles Times | CRT, Trumpism and doubt roil Biola University. Is this the future of evangelical Christianity? | Richard Flory quoted

USC Center on Public Democracy

  • Los Angeles Daily News | Noted the USC Center on Public Democracy will host former Secretary of State John Kerry this morning at 10:30 a.m. | Center noted

USC Dornsife College

  • The Houston Chronicle via The Conversation | Conservative Supreme Court justices disagree about how to read the law | Jeb Barnes
  • The Millions | Art Makes Us Better: The Millions Interviews Percival Everett | Percival Everett interviewed
  • SPIN | The Greatest TV Antiheroes Of All-Time| Leo Braudy quoted

USC School of Dramatic Arts

  • Forward | What happens if a Black woman plays Anne Frank? | Adi Levy-Eshman highlighted

USC Price School

  • KPCC-FM | We Look At Why Voter Turnout This Election Was So Low, And Ask Listeners Why They Sat This One Out | Mindy Romero interviewed

USC Rossier School

  • Inside Higher Ed| 8-point plan to reduce the risk of a mass shooting incident in schools | Dean Pedro Noguera quoted
    Education Next highlighted a conversation between Noguera and Frederick Hess on teaching upsetting subjects in the classroom.

USC Schaeffer Center

  • KTLA5 | FTC investigating pharmacy middlemen | Karen Van Nuys’ research noted

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