Students gathered in the University Religious Center Monday evening to take part in Nam Myoho Renge Kyo chants with Sokka Gakkai International at USC. The group is a Buddhist organization that promotes peace, culture and education based on the principles of Nichiren Daishonin Buddhism.
Former CIA director and four-star general David Petraeus visited the campus on Friday for the unveiling of USC’s six-foot-high panel displays in the Trojan Family Room honoring USC veterans for Veterans Day this Wednesday. Jeremy Fricke, USC Veterans Association president, and USC veteran students and alumni also attended the event.
Members of the Trojan Knights and Helenes carved pumpkins with students from the 32nd Street USC Magnet School Friday morning as part of an annual philanthropy event organized by the Trojan Knights. Two hundred and ten students from first through third grade participated in the Halloween activity.
Rona Sheen (left), a junior majoring in business administration, and Jade Shi (right), a junior majoring in public relations, sang karaoke Monday as a part of the USC Academic Culture Assembly’s “Behind the Mask: EXPRESS/DESTRESS” event series.
Antonio Villaraigosa, the 41st mayor of Los Angeles, visited campus Wednesday for an event hosted by the USC College Democrats and the Political Student Assembly. Villaraigosa spoke about civic engagement in Doheny Memorial Library.
The USC Shinso Ito Center for Japanese Religions and Culture hosted an event Saturday night in the Ronald Tutor Campus Center ballroom featuring Japanese enka musician Jero; leading female animator and video artist Yoriko Mizushiri; manga artist Katsuya Terada; and translator, author and programmer Matt Fargo.
The University Religious Center and the Pacific Asia Museum hosted Tibetan monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery for the Mystical Arts of Tibet for five days last week as they worked on a sand mandala in the Fishbowl in the University Religious Center. Last Friday at 3:30 p.m., the monks swept away the art as […]
Students gathered on Trousdale Parkway Thursday afternoon for the annual Career Fair, which featured representatives from a variety of companies. Student were able to get professional headshots for use on social media and professional profiles. The Career Center hosts two career fairs during the year, one in the fall semester and one in the spring […]
Ralphs on Adams Boulevard and Vermont Avenue celebrated its store remodel with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sunday at 8 a.m. The supermarket’s renovation includes new and expanded produce, meat, seafood, bakery and deli departments. The store worked with community members to make the needed changes.