Bob Kim, the father of freshman Rachel Kim, who died on Nov. 24, attends the vigil in her honor at Argue Plaza on Wednesday night. A book and cards were available for attendees to sign.
The Sigma Delta Alpha fraternity brought 10 puppies to campus on Tuesday to help ease the stresses of studying and meeting deadlines as students wrapped up class this week.
Members of the Trojan Knights guard Tommy Trojan Monday in anticipation of the USC-UCLA football game on Saturday. The statue is wrapped in duct tape and watched 24/7 by students.
Eric Byers, a USC alumnus and member of the Calder Quartet that performed at President C. L. Max Nikias’ inauguration, gives a master class to students in the Thornton School of Music. Dan Doperalski | Daily Trojan
Non-USC student Keith Stearns smokes a cigarette outside the Student Union Building. For coverage on the university’s proposed plans for a smoking ban, click here.
Jeffrey Jackson, professor of European history at Rhodes College and the author of Paris Underwater, gives a presentation in Doheny Memorial Library on the Great Flood of Paris in 1910 as part of the College Commons Uncommon Conversations series.
Sabrina Azia, an undeclared sophomore, mans the SC Students for Israel booth on Trousdale Parkway on Wednesday. The group is promoting the Israel Block Party month.
Nandi Witter (right) and Chris Ash (left), graduate students studying business administration, participate Monday in the Be the Match drive, an effort led by the Undergraduate Student Government to enter students in the bone marrow registry.
Alec Wiggin, a freshman majoring in business administration, looks at a portrait of W.H. Auden at the Karsh is History: Yousuf Karsh and Portrait Photoraphy screening at the USC Fisher Museum of art. Karsh’s art exhibit will run until Nov. 23.
USC alumna Emma Freeman shows Wai Leong, a doctoral student studying marine environmental biology, an example of marine specimens from the National History Museum.