As Inauguration Day events unfolded this morning, students and faculty shared the moment at Wallis Annenberg Hall.
A watch party for Inauguration Day ceremonies begins at 8 am in Wallis Annenberg Hall and the list of Inauguration Day events across campus continues through 5 pm!

Inauguration Day Events | Post-election Open Conversations and Events
#LARain #TBT ☔ ✌

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Spring semester is off to a running start!

From a celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. (today!) to an overnight game jam (1/28), find out what's happening on campus - check out the USC events calendar!

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From swimming at Dedeaux Field to media at USC Village - what a thrill it would be! #LA2024

Mapped: the sites of LA's Olympic bid
The USC Trojans will play 12 consecutive weeks without a bye for the first time since 1995! #FightOn

USC announces 2017 football schedule
"I really admire people who are able to get back up no matter how many times they fall down. I have admiration for resilience, perseverance and drive."

#WednesdayWisdom from USC Undergraduate Student Government President Edwin Saucedo

USC's Student Body President Talks LA Food Culture and Advising the G20
In the past, doctors had to treat three-dimensional diseases with two-dimensional information.

New technology makes finding signs of disease faster and less expensive
"Write every day," said Kevin Starr to his colleague William Deverell. "Your writing, both what’s good and what’s not, will outlive you, so believe in that, believe in yourself, and write the best that you can."

Kevin Starr may be gone, but we are all fortunate that through his writing he endures. #WriteOn #FightOnForever

Kevin Starr will never be replaced: William Deverell remembers the historian and author
Trojans took this weekend to celebrate the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. in many ways, from volunteering to joining in the annual Kingdom Day Parade and the 25th Annual Empowerment Congress here on campus!
Is fake news of today equivalent to the propaganda of the past?

USC professor Nicholas Cull explores how the U.S. can apply lessons from the Cold War to international diplomacy.

What the U.S. can learn from its Cold War fight against Kremlin propaganda
Since 1988, the USC Libraries Scripter Award has honored the authors who bring to the screen stories that entertain and inform us.

Finalists for 29th Annual Scripter Award named by USC Libraries
Alina Amkhavong is one of about 15% of USC students who are the first in their families to attend college. This is her #FightOnStory.

On Feb 3 & 4, USC will host the next First Generation College Student Summit. Learn more and register for the event: [ Link ]
You haven’t really seen a zebra fish until you’ve seen it in five dimensions. The USC Translational Imaging Center's #nextlevel fluorescent image analysis makes it possible, while also paving the way for easier and faster “diagnosis by cellphone” in humans.
Researchers will use a $5 million grant award to fund a comparative study on the benefits of palliative care in hospitals vs the home.

USC researchers aim to boost quality of life for seriously ill patients
#TBT in honor of a rainy day in SoCal: A Trojan student in 1977 rides his bike in the rain.

What street is he headed down?

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Worth a read as we get close to the admission deadline for the admission class of 2017/18!

The final deadline for first-year #FutureTrojans' applications is January 15.

An Insider’s Look at USC College Admissions