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Southern California Football Star Suspended After Hero Claim Debunked

4 days agoNews : Jonathan Turley

There is an interesting, and sad, scandal at the University of Southern California. Football star and NFL prospect Josh Shaw has been indefinitely suspended after admitting he made up a story that turned him into a national hero after he claiming to have injured both ankles jumping off a balcony to save his drowning nephew. […]

A Lil Positivity Lie: USC Football Player Josh Shaw Suspended After Revealing “Pool Rescue” Story Was Made Up

WTF??? Player Suspended After Lying About Saving Nephew From Drowning Why would you even make some mess like this up? SMH. Via FoxNews: University of Southern California football star Josh Shaw has been indefinitely suspended after admitting he made

USC Football Captain’s Heroic Story Questioned

The University of Southern California is looking into claims that the Trojans Football Captain lied about injuring his ankles by leaping from a balcony to save his drowning nephew, coach Steve Sarkisian confirmed, according to the Associated Press.

USC, UCLA, Caltech get joint grant to fuel tech start-ups in L.A.

With funding from the National Science Foundation, three of the top universities in Southern California are teaming up to supply instruction, events and research aimed at helping technology start-ups flourish in the region.

USC, UCLA, Caltech get joint grant to fuel tech start-ups in L.A.

With funding from the National Science Foundation, three of the top universities in Southern California are teaming up to supply instruction, events and research aimed at helping technology start-ups flourish in the region.

Josh Shaw Injury: Updates on USC Star's Ankles After Rescuing 7-Year-Old Nephew

University of Southern California defensive back Josh Shaw is meant to be one of the leaders on the 2014 Trojans team at the dawn of a new era for the program. A valiant effort to rescue his seven-year-old nephew resulted in two high...Show More Summary

13 Year-Old Girl Identifies Fungus That Has "Sickened AIDS Patients For Decades"

last weekLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

From the website of Duke University: Researchers have pinpointed the environmental source of fungal infections that have been sickening HIV/AIDS patients in Southern California for decades. It literally grows on trees. The discoveryShow More Summary

USC Eye Institute study shows Native American ancestry a risk factor for eye disease

LOS ANGELES — New research led by the University of Southern California (USC) Eye Institute, part of Keck Medicine of USC, shows for the first time that Native American ancestry is a significant risk factor for vision-threatening diabetic retinopathy among Latinos with Type 2 diabetes. Show More Summary

Earnings Stripping, Competitiveness, and the Drive to Further Complicate the Corporate Tax

Ed Kleinbard, a law professor at the University of Southern California, has a new paper in which he claims that the recent wave of corporate inversions is not about competitiveness, even though the U.S. has the third highest corporate tax rate in the world combined with exceptionally high repatriation taxes. Show More Summary

US immigration is associated with rise in smoking among Latinos and Asians

Immigration to the U.S. may result in increased smoking in Latino and Asian women, according to new research from sociologists at Rice University, Duke University and the University of Southern California. read more

Max Wittek Rumors: Latest News, Buzz and More Surrounding QB's Transfer

USC quarterback Max Wittek is reportedly close making his long-awaited move away from the vaunted Southern California football program. According to CBS Sports' Jeremy Fowler, Wittek is expected to join the University of Hawaii program...Show More Summary

Lee Daniels to Direct The Brian Banks Story

In 2003, All-American high school athlete Brian Banks was on his way to the University of Southern California on a full football scholarship. But all of that changed when his classmate, Wanetta Gibson accused him of rape.

International Students Pressure USC After Chinese Student’s Fatal Beating

The fatal beating of a Chinese graduate student at the University of Southern California last month has prompted international students here to call for extra surveillance in the area, just south of downtown.

U.S. Army general killed in Afghanistan was an upstate New York native

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The two-star U.S. Army general who was killed in Afghanistan in an insider attack Tuesday was a native of upstate New York who held two degrees from the University of Southern California.

Warren Bennis 1925-2014

The father of leadership, Warren Bennis died Thursday, July 31 at the age of 89. He had served as a business professor at the University of Southern California for the last 35 years. He wrote nearly 30 books including An Invented Life, which earned him a Pulitzer Prize nomination. His leadership thinking was in many ways ahead of its time. Show More Summary

Port Of Los Angeles & MBDA at USC Team Up to Promote Trade

  The Port of Los Angeles and the U.S. Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency (MDBA) Center at the University of Southern California

Here’s What Soda Does to Young Rats’ Brains

last monthHealth : Healthland

Soda is on the mind. A new small study in rats found that drinking sugary beverages may result in memory issues down the line. University of Southern California researchers looked at adult and adolescent rats, and feed them sugary beverages (meant to mimic soda) for a month. After a month, the rats completed tasks that…

5 arrested in fatal assault on USC grad student

last monthNews / Crime : Crimesider

Nineteen-year-old Jonathan Del Carmen, 18-year-old Andrew Garcia and three juveniles have been arrested in connection with the fatal beating of 24-year-old University of Southern California grad student Xinran Ji last Wednesday

Leaders Like Ken Noble Remind Us of the Value of Affirmative Action  

This week the New York Times ran an obituary of one of its own—Kenneth B. Noble. Noble closed his professional career as a professor of journalism at the University of Southern California and the University of California at Berkeley. He had started that career with 17 years as a reporter for the Times, including a five-year stint as head of the paper's West Africa bureau.

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