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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…

Students Attend Medical Conferences with APAMSA

by Jessica Frankenberger Medical conferences allow researchers, health professionals, and students to share their research and increase their knowledge in specific health fields. While undergraduate students usually do not attend…

Kicks For Kids Brings Soccer to Children with Special Needs

by Jessica Frankeberger A new USC organization is helping to bring physical fitness through soccer to a group of children that normally have very limited access to organized sports. Started…

Balancing Wellness of Mind and of Body

by Aziz Akbari As college students know all too well, the pressure of homework and midterms often forces our health and well-being to take a backseat.  However, a group of…

Student Interview: Pre-Med Athletes

by Annette Eom I interviewed Tony Yang, class of 2013 double majoring in psychology and consumer behavior. 1) Why are you interested in becoming a doctor? I plan on being…

Remedy Through Music Provides Unique Therapy

by Nicole Basler The impact of music on health and medicine and its therapeutical potential is a concept long researched and studied. Now, a group of USC students have brought…

The Trojan Health Show on Trojan Vision

by Abram Estefanous The Trojan Health Show is a new student-run television program airing on Trojan Vision starting next semester in spring 2013 that aims to inform USC students about…

Medical Missions

by, Megan Bernstein At USC, student interest in global health issues and policy is hardly difficult to find. USC prides itself in its global community and international learning opportunities, and…

Young Scientist Program Gives USC Students the Opportunity to Teach at Local Elementary Schools

by,  Kristina Chiu The Young Scientist Program (YSP) gives USC students the opportunity to teach science to fourth and fifth graders and promotes a science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM)…

USC American Red Cross Club

by Diana Hang The two-year-old USC Chapter Club of the American Red Cross (ARC) provides service to the university and the surrounding community through five lines of service: Disaster Response, Health…

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