In the first of a series of Roski Talks featuring artists, curators, historians and calligraphers sharing their stories, Erin Christovale, a Los Angeles-based curator at the Hammer Museum, spoke about creating spaces for black experiences, and her current exhibition “Made In L.A. 2018.” Students sat patiently on the ground in front of the presentation room, […]
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Narsiso Martinez put on his exhibition, “The Harvest” as part of “Artist Talk,” at the USC Fisher Museum of Art.
Iranian contemporary artist and designer Hushidar Mortezaie deals with themes of gender and imperialism in his work.
Sensory processing disorders affect one in six children, and inclusive efforts should be made this football season.
Republican and Democratic ideologies inversely correlate and the majority of affiliates are positioned at these polar opposite ends. Rancorous and zealous crowds are glaring at one another across party lines, in the House of Representatives and, most emblematically, as U.S. President Donald Trump walked into any 2016 presidential campaign event.
Tension rose at the meeting when the creation of a special committee was proposed.
Dental student Melika Haghighi was motivated by critiques from her past in Iran.
The new class will feature TED talk-style lectures with professors and Q&As.
Brooke Botkin and Raquel Lázaro received honors after the Trojan Invitational.
Entering most USC football seasons, there’s a palpable sense of hype that borders on nauseating. After all, there’s a reason the term “hype train” has been banned from the Daily Trojan lexicon. In 2018, this preseason hysteria is nowhere to be found. And it predates success for the Trojans.