Art for an issue of our time
Mexican artists have translated migrants’ perilous rail journeys into works featured at the “MONTARlaBestia” exhibit at the USC Fisher Museum of Art.
In a spring ritual, nearly 200 Keck School of Medicine of USC students tear open envelopes that hold big news. It’s Match Day, the annual event that matches medical students to their residencies. For more than a quarter of students, those residencies will be at a place that’s oh so familiar.
Cue the locker room celebrations — they did it again. USC beat SMU in a come-from-behind nail biter, 66-65, to continue their march in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. It’s the 13th time this season the Trojans have come back from a double-digit deficit, most in Division I.
Space-loving Trojans from USC’s Rocket Propulsion Lab shot their creation 144,000 feet above the Earth in what’s believed to be a new record for a rocket entirely designed and manufactured by students. Next up? Maybe the Karman line (space — the final frontier).
After a full school year, you might think students want a break when finals are over. But for many Trojans, May will mean something different: Maymester. They'll intern behind the scenes in tech or travel to places from Mexico to Senegal. Here’s what’s in store for USC students.