A custodian discovered burnt paper towels in a Bovard bathroom Tuesday.
President C. L. Max Nikias called on the University to continue supporting immigrants in light of the travel ban.
The actor, comedian and social media activist will take the stage at Bovard Auditorium to speak on issues facing Asian Americans.
12 of USC’s buildings were declared historical landmarks by the L.A. City Council.
At the ceremony, speakers promoted a nationwide interfaith initiative for unity.
With today marking the 10th anniversary of the infamous Sept.11 attacks, people, organizations and media across the country are coming together to commemorate the event. The 9/11 Memorial, located at the site of the World Trade Center, will be officially dedicated today and opened to the public Monday. The memorial contains two reflecting pools edged […]
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.
The Club chose to move to a location on campus with richer architectural history.
It’s easy to put our generation in the driver’s seat of the handbasket, destination: Hell. But that’s too simple a conclusion.
Ira Glass, host of This American Life, spoke on the evolution of the program over time and his views on modern journalism.