Tag Archive for: World War II
Niki Caro’s fascination for truth and storytelling lead to her pursuit as a director.
The donated collection showcases the life of an American soldier in WWII.
With spring just around the corner, this weekend’s box office brings several new releases, targeting a variety of demographics. While all of these films will suffer because of the Academy Awards on Sunday, some of them should have enough draw to audiences to the theaters. The most talked about release this weekend should be the […]
USC Libraries archivist Michaela Ullmann also hosts research sessions for students.
Anne Frank’s step sister, Eve Schloss, recounts her first memory of meeting Frank.
The Undergraduate Student Government passed election legislation on Election Day.
With November slowly approaching, the presidential election has sent the general public into a flurry of frenzied energy and constant debate. From Facebook statuses to Twitter updates, the entire country is spilling their thoughts onto the world wide web for all to see. And with every election, the political climate changes and citizens find a […]
Second-generation Japanese-Americans will be honored at Commencement in May.