Working with our neighbors to build a strong community

L.A. officials recognize USC Black History Month project

At a City Hall celebration, Mayor Eric Garcetti and council members hail the groundbreaking project that created the stunning banners lining Trousdale Parkway. Fifteen local high school students worked with acclaimed muralist Noni Olabisi to create custom images that capture the African-American experience.

After 70 years, Troy Camp still thrills and nurtures local kids

Canoeing, horseback riding, archery and arts and crafts are among the highlights of USC’s popular student-run summer camp. But outdoor adventures are just the start.

100 percent of USC Hybrid High seniors graduate — and are going to college — for third year in a row

All 118 seniors from the Class of 2018 are college-bound, matching the 100 percent graduation and college acceptance rate of the first two USC Hybrid High senior classes

Teens tout East L.A. transit and the region’s rich history

Renaissance Academy students also get urban planning lessons from Trojans drawn to community engagement and youth empowerment

Es Tiempo campaign raises awareness of cervical cancer prevention among Latinas

USC’s efforts in the community include help from health care professionals who already work with residents