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In quest to raise $6 billion, USC runs a massive fundraising machine

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USC President C. L. Max Nikias was 1,400 miles from the Los Angeles campus, but he knew just how to appeal to his audience. In a swanky hotel ballroom, he told the crowd of alumni and donors that Texas had become the largest feeder of students to USC after California, and that students from their state scored significantly higher on the SAT than the average of all applicants.

Then he introduced Texas' first lady, Cecilia Abbott, whose daughter will attend USC in the fall. That, he joked, could cause conflicts for the governor's family during football games. The three-day, three-city Trojan sprint through Texas was underway, one that could help USC raise the $1.8 billion it needs to reach its ambitious $6-billion campaign goal for scholarships, faculty hiring and building by the end of 2018.

Read more: http://www.latimes.com/local/education/la-me-usc-fundraising-20150621-story.html#page=1

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The governor of Texas is sending his daughter to a private university in California?  

guess he should have told her to go to UNT.  Her loss.  His money...bye bye money!

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