CULTURE

US-Asia Entertainment Summit and Game Changer Awards showcase Asian women’s empowerment

The Asia Society Southern California summit and awards ceremony led the change in creating more inclusive spaces in the entertainment industry.

The Huntington celebrates the work of Sargent Claude Johnson

The museum gives attention to a very neglected figure of the Black Renaissance.

USC learns some Common sense

The multi-hyphenate artist spoke about his wellness journey Tuesday night.

America Ferrera inspires USC’s next generation of multi-hyphenates

The Trojan alum spoke to a crowd about her love of storytelling and activism.

African stories spotlighted in documentary

SCA alumni-produced film “Brief Tender Light” was shown at Broccoli Theater.

Student drag performers embrace pageantry in ‘The Freak Show’

QuASA’s 14th annual drag show was a hit at Bovard Auditorium Sunday night.

‘Scene Shift’ opens at Fisher Museum

The gallery’s immersive exploration of scenic design is on display until April 6.

Getty Villa probes Egyptian portraits

A new exhibition studying the portraits of Egypt’s 26th Dynasty opened Jan. 24.

‘Artscape’ showcases student creative talent

The USG Performing Arts Committee hosted a night of intercultural performances.

The music taste behind the masthead

The Daily Trojan’s editors share their current favorite songs this spring semester.

Looking toward the Electric Future

A former provost hosts the newly released podcast created by a team at USC.

Dudamel leads, LA Phil follows; ‘Das Rheingold’ is perfect, as expected

Wagner’s “Das Rheingold” was the acclaimed conductor’s chosen piece to celebrate architect Frank Gehry.