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    In memoriam: Homebuilder and USC supporter J. Douglas Pardee, 96

    USC Life Trustee J. Douglas Pardee, chairman of the board emeritus of Pardee Construction Co. and longtime supporter of USC, died Friday at his home in Rancho Santa Fe. He was 96.
    An ardent supporter of higher education, Pardee was elected to the USC Board of Trustees in 1978. Over the years, his leadership and philanthropy benefited schools and programs across the university....

  • 2 years

    Bovard Auditorium is One of the Busiest—and Oldest—Venues in L.A.

    More than 1,200 schoolchildren filled the auditorium inside the George Finley Bovard Administration Building. It was Dec. 20, 1956, and the children from across Los Angeles had been invited by USC students to enjoy a Christmas show (inset photo). On...

  • 2 years

    USC School of Dramatic Arts explores the power of partnerships

    Los Angeles is the epicenter of entertainment -- the home of Hollywood and, increasingly, a hive of innovation in new storytelling technologies like motion-capture and virtual reality. Which means that a world of one-of-a-kind opportunities is sitting...

  • 2 years

    Trojan sets his sights on a trip to Mars

    Not long ago, Executive Officer Jonathan Yoke was patrolling the coastal waters of Bahrain, once home to the Dilmun civilization, an important Bronze Age trade center linking Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley. Aboard his Patrol Coastal vessel, the Navy...

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Web host: University of Southern California
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Updated: March 30, 2021
Expires: January 01, 1970
Created: August 20, 1985

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