Do you enjoy the casual stroll? Trojan Trekkers is your solution. Come out and join our fellow Trojan Trekkers during our walks on campus!
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!
Plunge down the rabbit hole and take a colorful journey through Wonderland with the Repertory Dance Company as they delve into the subconscious, where dreams intertwine with reality to reveal surreal discoveries.
Dr. Arlan Richardson, Ph.D., Director of the Barshop Institute, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, will present the Kesten Memorial Lecture, titled "Rapamycin, the first anti-aging pill?"
Immigrant women with low levels of acculturation and less education are at the highest risk for cervical cancer. Please join researchers Dr. Lourdes Baezconde-Garbanati, Doe Mayer and Dr. Sheila Murphy for a screening and discussion of two short cervical cancer films followed by a presentation of preliminary findings.
Speaker: Craig McClain, M.D. Professor of Medicine Division of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition University of Louiseville Medical Center, Louisville, KY.
Do you know why the “Gender Gap” is so important? The facts are there are more women registered and who vote than men. It is a numbers game and women will be the swing vote in deciding who the next President will be, who controls the United States Congress and which initiatives pass or fail in California.
This ongoing series of contemporary jazz features top players in Thornton’s jazz programs performing in a variety of student ensembles.
Our annual Chanukkah program, featuring The Chanukkah Story, with Leonard Nimoy and the Western Wind vocal ensemble, and Handel’s Judas Maccabeus conducted by Charles Mackerras.
Empty Quarter is a film about the region of Southeast Oregon, an area populated by ranching and farming communities, in Lake, Harney, and Malheur counties. The region is roughly one-third of Oregon's landmass yet holds less than 2% of the state's population.