Political activist Ralph Nader encourages students to use education for civic engagement.
Doheny unveils an oragami structure, a result of a collaborative effort between USC students, faculty and neighboring schools.
USC alumna and newly hired professor Michal Temkin Martinez speaks about her experience.
Steven Lamy, a professor of international relations, speaks at Doheny Memorial Library on Tuesday about international relations and linguistics preserving the legacies of past empires and creating new ethical and cultural dilemmas. The event was part of the Dornsife Commons.
English professor David Treuer says many Native Americans are prone to writing tragedies.
Sarah Davis, a graduate student studying harp performance, presents a public master class in the Intellectual Commons at Doheny Memorial Library on Thursday. Davis performed works by composers Guiseppe Verdi, Richard Strauss, Hector Berlioz and Gustav Mahler.
The display is on the second floor of the library in the Special Collections case.
Alumna Verna B. Dauterive said the building will honor her late husband Peter W. Dauterive.
Fulbeck said his son inspired him to make art about weird things he found in everyday life.
Freshmen (right to left) Logan Heley, a broadcast journalism major; Alicia Jewell, a business administration major; Roy Jacob, a computer engineering major; Ran Woodfin, a mechanical engineering major; and Winston Van Keulen, a civil engineering major, enjoy some free time under a tree behind the Doheny Memorial Library courtyard.