USC's Center for Health and Well-being outlines new services that are available for students on campus.
In her anthropological work, Professor De La Cova is focused on "un-silencing the silence" of the individuals who she studies who may not have had a voice before.
Sarah Leverette was the USC School of Law's first female faculty member and had an impact on the South Carolina law community that colleagues say will live on despite her death.
USC's international business program received a high ranking for the 20th consecutive year.
PlantBot 2.0 is a satirical art exhibit on the potentially dangerous impact the genetic engineering of plants and crops could have on the environment. Wendy DesChene and Jeff Schmuki's exhibit remains on display until Oct. 11 in the McMaster College art gallery.