Second Chance for U.S.C

May 1961
Time;5/26/1961, Vol. 77 Issue 22, p40
The article focuses on the struggles encountered by the administrators of the University of Southern California (USC) in California. It mentions that the said university has endowment worth 8,300,000 U.S. dollar which is quite small compared to other universities in the state. In addition, the university has encountered several challenges, particularly in dealing with overpopulation of students. The move of the USC's administrators for the school's improvement, is also mentioned.


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