Global Health Case Competition

By PREEYAM ROY Editor On Feb. 14, 50 students participated in the sixth annual USC Global Health Case Competition in which students tackled critical global health challenges. The competition was hosted by the Institute of Global Health which partnered with the medical charity Operation Smile and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.…

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College Girl Uses Powerful “Study Drug”

College students constantly use study fuels like coffee and energy drinks to stay productive. But a certain USC student uses a special performance enhancing drug that increases her ability to focus and expands her attention span. Reported, Edited, and Filmed by Cameron Quon Special Thanks: Amy Vandenberg Dr. Dave Baron…

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Medical Mannequins

by Jehan Bista As medically related technology has become more cutting-edge and universal, medical schools throughout the nation have put it in their best interests to provide their students with the most up-to-date resources in order to maximize the students’ learning and exposure to medicine.  As a fellow Arizonian myself,…

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Trojans for Smoking Awareness

by Maggie King According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tobacco smoke is a toxic mix of more than 7,000 chemicals, causing about 90% of lung cancers in the United States. Additionally, about 3,000 people who do not smoke die from lung cancer every year due to secondhand…

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Safari of the Soul: Reducing Water Poverty

by Pavitra Krishnamani In addition to supporting the University of Southern California, Dana and David Dornsife serve as incredible role models for students by virtue of their work alleviating water poverty in Africa with the organization World Vision. The Dornsifes spoke about their humanitarian work at the Visions and Voices…

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