A Complex Weave provides a sampling of how a number of first and second-generation contemporary women artists of diverse backgrounds have woven the threads of their identity into their work.
Do you enjoy the casual stroll? Trojan Trekkers is your solution. Come out and join our fellow Trojan Trekkers during our walks on campus!
USC Recreational Sports hosts a fun-filled volleyball leauge to bring together USC for some fun in friendly competition.
In this exhibit, USC professor Zoltan Tokes and fine art photographer Richard Fukuhara use images from daily life and history to consider the mysteries of memory, time, social and natural order.
Solace is an exhibit by North Carolina artists Beth Palmer and Pamela Strauss, who are members of the international Society for the Arts in Healthcare.
USC workout membership can be purchased at a discounted price for the remainder of the semester!
Road to the White House 2012: Politics, Media & Technology is a weekly series presented in partnership with USC Dornsife College’s Unruh Institute of Politics and USC Price School's Bedrosian Center on Governance and Public Enterprise.
A lecture by Gabriele Rasuly-Paleczek, Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology in USC Dornsife.
Venture for America will recruit the best and brightest college grads to work for two years at start-ups and early stage companies in lower-cost cities (e.g., Detroit, Providence, New Orleans).
In this video adaptation of her bestselling book, pioneering feminist blogger Jessica Valenti trains her sights on "the virginity movement" - an unholy alliance of evangelical Christians, right-wing politicians, and conservative policy intellectuals who have been exploiting irrational fears about women?s sexuality to roll back women's rights.
The Provost’s Writers Series
Steven J. Ross, a professor of history at USC, will talk about his most recent book, Hollywood Left and Right: How Movie Stars Shaped American Politics, which received the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Film Scholars Award and a Pulitzer Prize nomination.
Conducting faculty Michael Powers leads this ensemble, featuring musicians from the university and local community, in a night of rich orchestral music.
An Opera by Lee Hoiby
The USC Thornton Opera program will present the West Coast premiere of Lee Hoiby’s opera The Tempest, based on the classic story by Shakespeare. Get swept up into a tale of magic, revenge and forgiveness peopled with fantastical and complex characters. A pre-opera discussion will be led by Maestro Brent McMunn.
Facing problems ranging from the inevitability of long, cold winters, to the possibility of domestic violence, to the continuing spectra of racial conflict, the women of Flyin' West challenge western archetypes.
Five one-act plays including some of Tennessee Williams's finest and most powerful work. They are full of the perception of life as it is, and the passion for life as it ought to be, which have made The Glass Menagerie and A Streetcar Named Desire classics of the American theater.