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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Repaying Your Sleep Debt

by Francine Liang I love sleeping. Sadly my relationship with sleep is strained because I rarely have time for it to visit me. Mostly we tend to catch up on weekends, but overloading on too much of a good thing does not make me feel that great afterwards. Terrible analogy…

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Dornsife Expands Science Program with New Majors

by Emily He USC Dornsife recently created three new natural science majors: Computational Neuroscience, Environmental Science and Health and Human Biology. Johnathan Kuhn, the Assistant Director of USC Dornsife Office of Admission, said, “These majors will allow students to get an interdisciplinary education while working towards one degree, which both…

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A Student’s Guide to Finding Research

by Lu Tian The World Health Organization’s recent designation of air pollution as the leading environmental cause of cancer has brought attention to the detrimental effects environmental conditions can have on human health.  For students at the University of Southern California, residing in Los Angeles comes hand in hand with…

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Creativity Heals

by Sayuli Bhide For a person going through an illness or recovering from trauma, the process of healing can be long and tedious. However, is hospitalization the only way to combat illness? Art therapists may argue otherwise. Art therapy, a branch of occupational therapy that has existed since the mid-1900s,…

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