San Diego Marina district
Orange County map, 1921
Greater Los Angeles in yellow and peach; urbanized areas in gray; Los Angeles proper lined in blue; Los Angeles metropolitan area lined in red.
Sunset in Venice, a neighborhood in Los Angeles
Robert M. Widney, founder of the university, photographed in 1885
Laguna Beach (with Newport beach in background).
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Three Arch Bay in Laguna Beach
The Widney Alumni House, the campus's first building
Los Angeles County before the secession of Orange County in 1889
Downtown Los Angeles in 2016
California counties below the 36th standard parallel
"Tommy Trojan" is a major symbol of the university, though he is not the mascot.
A billboard for Nixon's Restaurant in Orange County, circa 1955
Many areas are completely filled with houses, buildings, roads, and freeways as observed in Vermont Vista, a Los Angeles neighborhood.
Topography of the border region
Doheny Library
One of the few remaining farms near the ocean, 1975. Photo by Charles O'Rear.
Downtown Los Angeles
Percent of households with incomes above $150k across LA County census tracts.
The Bovard Auditorium houses many of USC's administrative offices as well as the auditorium
Three Arch Bay in Laguna Beach, Southern Orange County
Los Angeles Basin at dawn
Köppen climate types of southern California
Zumberge Hall, one of the original buildings on the University Park Campus
View of Newport Center and the Santa Ana Mountains from Newport Harbor
Aerial view of Newport Beach in Orange County
Proctor Valley in Chula Vista
The Center for International and Public Affairs, topped by a 5500 lb globe, is the tallest structure on campus. Built under the second master plan, it reflects a trend towards modernism during that period.
Aerial view of an edge city: Irvine Business Complex (top), John Wayne Airport runway (upper center), South Coast Metro buildings (lower center) and below, the South Coast Plaza mall
San Bernardino Valley
Autumn of 2008 in southern California.
Waite Phillips Hall, home to the USC Rossier School of Education, is one of the university's main landmarks
Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley from over Costa Mesa
The Ventura coast
Satellite view of southern California, including the Channel Islands
The original Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center
Major facilities in the Anaheim–Santa Ana edge city, plus the locations of the adjacent downtowns
Port of Long Beach
View from La Jolla Cove in San Diego.
Bovard Hall, shortly after completion in 1921; the streets later became pedestrian-only
MainPlace Mall
Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland Park
Peaks in the eastern San Gabriel Mountains, Angeles National Forest, San Bernardino County.
The Gwynn Wilson Student Union on the University Park campus
Orange County Density Map. Darker shades indicate more densely populated areas.
Laguna Beach coastline is popular for sunbathers
Yucca Valley with Visitor Center in Background in June 2017.
The Law School building is one of the handful of examples of Brutalist architecture on the main campus.
The developing urban core in the City of Irvine.
Warner Brothers Studios in the San Fernando Valley
Ocean Beach Sunset in San Diego.
Mudd Hall of Philosophy
Newport Center and Fashion Island
Los Angeles Zoo
Northridge earthquake shake map
School of Cinematic Arts.
State Route 1 winds down the coast over Corona Del Mar State Beach
Cal State LA's The Golden Eagle, consisting of two adjoining structures separated by a promenade.
Salton Sea in the Coachella Valley
The Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism
Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center (ARTIC)
Rush hour on the Harbor Freeway, Downtown
The Oceanside Pier on the San Diego County coast
The Leavey Library, completed in the mid-1990s, reflected a shift to earlier Romanesque architecture in that era. It is USC's newest library
Santa Ana Regional Transportation Center
Map of LA County Metro
Downtown San Bernardino
Interior of the Doheny Memorial Library
1965 aerial photo of Anaheim Disneyland, Disneyland Hotel with its Monorail Station. The Disneyland Heliport, surrounding orange groves, Santa Ana Freeway (now I-5) and the Melodyland Theater "in the round," and part of the City of Anaheim. Anaheim Stadium can be seen under construction near the upper left.
Staples Center in Downtown Los Angeles
Taco Bell Headquarters in Irvine
The Eileen L. Norris Cinema Theatre, where the THX sound system was first developed and installed by Tomlinson Holman.
Street banners promoting the county's two major league teams, the Ducks and the Angels.
UCLA–USC rivalry, both universities are located in Los Angeles and are members of the Pac-12 Conference. The rivalry between the two is among the more unusual in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I sports, because the campuses are only 12 miles (19 km) apart, and both are located within the same megacity.
Disneyland in Anaheim
The Galen Center, home of USC basketball and volleyball
Los Angeles
Interstate and state highway system of Southern California
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum during a USC football game
Long Beach
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway's combined Super Chief-El Capitan pulls into Los Angeles's Union Passenger Terminal on September 24, 1966.
USC mascot Traveler with Trojan Warrior and The Spirit of Troy
Anaheim
University of California, Los Angeles
During the week prior to the traditional USC-UCLA rivalry football game, the Tommy Trojan statue is covered to prevent UCLA vandalism.
Map of LA County Metro
California Institute of Technology
The drum major of the Spirit of Troy wears a more elaborate uniform and conducts the band with a sword.
Blooming Roses at Huntington Library in San Marino, Los Angeles County, April 2022
The Song Girls celebrating a USC Trojans football victory
Fountain outside of Doheny Library with the Center for International and Public Affairs; both buildings were used in the film The Graduate as stand-ins for UC Berkeley.
Shinzo Abe
Marcus Allen
Herb Alpert
Judd Apatow
Neil Armstrong
Beck Bennett
Aloe Blacc
LeVar Burton
Jerry Buss
John Carpenter
Julie Chen
Warren Christopher
Jon M. Chu
Lily Collins
Teresa Teng
Ryan Coogler
Mark Z. Danielewski
Jenna Dewan
Will Ferrell
America Ferrera
Flea
Frank Gehry
David S. Goyer
Topher Grace
Macy Gray
Daryl Hannah
Dean Heller
Barron Hilton
Dexter Holland
Ron Howard
Jon Huntsman Sr.
Regina King
Pablo Kleinman
George Lucas
Takeo Miki
Ron Mix
CeCe Moore
Mohamed Morsi
Pat Nixon
Kelly Preston
Shonda Rhimes
John Ritter
Jay Roach
Mark Rober
Gene Roddenberry
Cybill Shepherd
Hilda Solis
John Wayne
Matthew Weiner
Forest Whitaker
Andrew Viterbi
Louis Zamperini
Robert Zemeckis
Shinzo Abe
Doug Emhoff
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Orange County is located in the Los Angeles metropolitan area in Southern California.

- Orange County, California

Greater Los Angeles is the second-largest metropolitan region in the United States with a population of 18.5 million as of 2021, encompassing five counties in southern California extending from Ventura County in the west to San Bernardino County and Riverside County in the east, with Los Angeles County in the center and Orange County to the southeast.

- Greater Los Angeles

It includes the Los Angeles metropolitan area, the second most populous urban agglomeration in the United States.

- Southern California

The region generally contains ten of California's 58 counties: Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Ventura counties.

- Southern California

USC is the largest private employer in the Los Angeles area, with an estimated annual impact of $8 billion on the state of California.

- University of Southern California

USC also operates an Orange County center in Irvine for business, pharmacy, social work, and education, and the Information Sciences Institute, with centers in Arlington, Virginia, and Marina del Rey.

- University of Southern California

The USC School of Architecture was established in 1916, the first in Southern California.

- University of Southern California

Some institutions not based in Orange County operate satellite campuses, including the University of Southern California, National University, Pepperdine University, and Springfield College.

- Orange County, California

Amongst these include five University of California campuses (Irvine, Los Angeles, Riverside, Santa Barbara, and San Diego), 12 California State University campuses (Bakersfield, Channel Islands, Dominguez Hills, Fullerton, Los Angeles, Long Beach, Northridge, Pomona, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Marcos, and San Luis Obispo); and private institutions such as the California Institute of Technology, Azusa Pacific University, Chapman University, the Claremont Colleges (Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College, Pomona College, Scripps College, Claremont Graduate University and Keck Graduate Institute), Loma Linda University, Loyola Marymount University, Occidental College, Pepperdine University, University of Redlands, University of San Diego and the University of Southern California.

- Southern California

The University of Southern California and University of California, Los Angeles are among the largest, and the Claremont Colleges and California Institute of Technology are among the most academically renowned.

- Greater Los Angeles

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The July 10, 2021 front page
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Daily newspaper that started publishing in Los Angeles in 1881 and is now based in the adjacent suburb of El Segundo.

Daily newspaper that started publishing in Los Angeles in 1881 and is now based in the adjacent suburb of El Segundo.

The July 10, 2021 front page
of the Los Angeles Times
The July 10, 2021 front page
of the Los Angeles Times
Chandler and Otis 1917
Rubble of the L.A. Times building after the 1910 bombing
Times newspaper vending machine featuring news of the 1984 Summer Olympics
Abandoned Los Angeles Times vending machine in Covina, California, in 2011
Partial front page of the Los Angeles Times for Monday, April 24, 1922, displaying coverage of a Ku Klux Klan raid in an L.A. suburb
Front page of the debut (March 25, 1903) issue of the short-lived The Wireless, published in Avalon
2009 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books on the UCLA campus
<center>The 1886 Times building, northeast corner 1st/Broadway</center>
<center>Times 1886 building after bombing on October 1, 1910</center>
1912 Times building, demolished in 1938
Los Angeles Times Building, corner of 1st/Spring
<center>The 1948 Crawford Addition (or Mirror Building), NW corner 2nd/Spring, 2020</center>
1973 Pereira Addition, SE corner 1st/Broadway

She speculated that the paper's revenue shortfall could be reversed by expanding coverage of economic justice topics, which she believed were increasingly relevant to Southern California; she cited the paper's attempted hiring of a "celebrity justice reporter" as an example of the wrong approach.

The Times closed its San Fernando Valley printing plant in early 2006, leaving press operations to the Olympic plant and to Orange County.

By the mid-1940s, the Times was the leading newspaper in terms of circulation in the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

In 2011, the Festival of Books was moved to the University of Southern California.