University of Southern California
Court Documents Reveal How Affirmative Action for the 1% Really Works
Scandalous new details about the University of Southern California's admission process came out as part of the ongoing 'Varsity Blues' trial.
LAPD investigating trove of naked photos found in college gynecologist's storage unit
“The photos were taken for medical purposes years ago, with the patients’ consent, and not viewed again by anyone, including Dr. Tyndall," his lawyer said.
Hollywood movies are still very white, straight, and male, study says
A new study of 800 recent movies found that women and minorities were underrepresented in speaking roles — and to an even greater degree, behind the camera.
Meet the USC Professor Who Wants to Solve the World's Problems with Skateboarding
Neftalie Williams sees skating as a tool for cultural diplomacy—something he has experienced firsthand while working with kids in countries such as Cuba, Brazil, Spain, and Afghanistan.