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One Leventhal Graduate's Secret: True Grit

Carlos Lopez went to prison for a gang-related crime he committed at 20. Having served his time, he is now capitalizing his assets as a new Leventhal graduate.

Bringing Back the Skills

Mike Paranal MBT ’06, an accomplished tax attorney and financial advisor, returns to USC to give his students real-world insights

Professor Jack Barcal Continues His Legacy

The John J. and Carol A. Barcal Chair in Taxation is established with gifts from the professor, his wife, and alumni

Leventhal Professor Will Advise FASB

As an appointee to the FASAC, Richard Sloan will contribute to matters affecting accounting and financial reporting standards

Witnessing History on April 4, 1968

Accounting professor Zivia Sweeney was a young girl growing up in Memphis when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated

Accepted for Publication

Faculty serving as journal editors advance Marshall’s research reputation

An Upward Trajectory

Jairo Bonilla ’20 beat the odds and climbed from gangland to graduation, with a degree in accounting from Leventhal. He walked with his class at the Coliseum in May 2021.

Counting on Herself

Dr. Alicia Yancy became the first Black woman to earn a Ph.D. in accounting from Leventhal. Now she’s a role model to many.

‘The Profession’s Professor’

Prof. of Clinical Accounting Chrislynn Freed named president of CalCPA Education Foundation

Next Generation Auditors

PCAOB awards competitive scholarships to two USC Leventhal students