Tag Archive for: Ground Zero Performance Café
The multi-cultural event will host Japanese drummers, a mariachi band and hip hop.
Beck Bennett and Kyle Mooney were members of the USC comedy team Commedus Interruptus.
USC professor Sharon Lloyd moderated a panel of experts who spoke about privacy issues.
Learn the story behind the student-run coffee house and the top-five best milkshakes.
Sophomores from the popular music program in the Thornton School of Music perform Thursday night in Ground Zero Performance Café for their midterm. The program, which was founded in 2009 as an alternative to typical classical music and jazz programs, aims to help student instrumentalists, vocalists and songwriters pursue performance careers in whichever style of […]
The USC Levan Institute hosted an event that explored the reasons behind political activism.
Veronica Terriquez, a professor of sociology, spoke at the final What Matters to Me and Why.
The associate professor of critical studies expresses gratitude for the opportunity to pursue academia.
Is “party etiquette” an oxymoron, or a new initiative launched by a college administration? It seems to be both. The Office of Campus Activities recently out an email containing a set of partying guidelines. Though some of these guidelines are perfectly logical, some are completely unrealistic — such as “Do not allow drinking games” or […]
Diverse music interests are overlooked when only certain free concerts are publicized.