Selling out just 36 hours after reservations opened, Cardinal Theatre Productions’ presentation of the rock musical Spring Awakening had to meet some pretty big expectations. After all, the original Broadway production of Spring Awakening was nominated for 11 Tony Awards and won a Grammy for best musical show album. The Cardinal Theatre Productions’ version of […]
The USC men’s basketball team put an end to a nine-game losing streak on Saturday night with a decisive 62-45 victory over the Utah Utes (5-16, 2-7) at the Galen Center. Read the full recap here. Photos by Chris Pham.
The Women of Troy had let a 13-point halftime lead slip all the way down to one in the second half. The Ducks were surging and all the momentum was in their favor. The USC women’s basketball team (10-6, 5-1), riding high on a four-game winning streak, was not about to let this game get […]
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KXSC held their annual music festival, KXSC Fest, on Sunday in EF Hutton Park. The festival, now in its third year, included artists Flying Lotus, Abe Vigoda and Puro Instinct. The event also had an art installation from the USC Fisher Gallery, food trucks and DJ sets. Check out Nathaniel Gonzalez’s photos in the slideshow […]
From football practice to the Tommy Awards, check out what happened on campus in this week's In a Flash!
This week in review includes Rainn Wilson's talk on Soul Pancake and plans for the new Annenberg building.
This week in review includes Vision and Voices' Ballet for the 21st Century and the Dornsife College renaming ceremony.
Ballet for the 21st Century, an event put on by Visions and Voices Thursday in Bovard, included Wendy Whelan and Craig Hall of the New York City Ballet. They performed two modern masterworks, Christopher Wheeldon’s After the Rain and Liturgy.
This week in review includes a gathering of students from USC's School of Social Work and the renovations of local eatery the Raggazi Room