University of Southern California

Marshall Voices

I grew up in Yerevn, Armenia, during the war with Azerbaijan.
I couldn't have done it without knowing that he was right behind me.
Army, successful career, then graduation.
In the fall of 1944, I walked into Florence Watt's office at USC to register for work-study.
Easter Sunday of 1998, a minister leaned over my hospital bed in Torrance.
Yes, you can. I've done it three times.
Growing up in Elk City, Oklahoma, I thought that little town was the center of the universe.
In the world of entrepreneurship, we don't talk about jobs or careers.
The humming you feel on campus.