A series of six live musical events presented as part of the Getty Foundation’s PST: LA/LA
Six public programs will create a multi-part “musical exhibition” exploring musical networks that move between Los Angeles and various Latin American communities and cultures. Performers include the Mexican Institute of Sound, Guillermo Galindo, and Chicano Batman.
- September 23, 2017, 7:00 pm–SONORAMA! Latin American Composers in Hollywood.
- October 7, 2017, 7:30 pm–Voices of the Xtabay: A Tribute to Yma Sumac
- October 18, 2017–Playing With Fires: Chicano Batman Plays Carlos Almaraz
- October 26, 2017, 7:30 pm–Tonight at the Palace!: A Variedades Tribute
- November 4, 2017, 12:00 pm–Guillermo Galindo’s Human Nature: Sonic Botany
- December 2, 2017, 8:00 pm–That Bad Donato: The L.A. Brazil Connection
Curated by cultural historian, author, and USC Professor Josh Kun, this is a multi-part “musical exhibition” exploring the musical networks between Los Angeles and various Latin American communities and cultures. Accompanied by an edited collection of essays, interviews, album covers, and photographs, The Tide Was Always High: The Music of Latin America in Los Angeles (UC Press), the series takes place in venues throughout Los Angeles, in conjunction with many Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibitions.
Health screenings at UPC (TCC)
Earn $40 off your monthly health care premium by completing your in-person health screening, provided by BioIQ.
2017 METRANS International Urban Freight Conference
Organized by the METRANS Transportation Center, the purpose of I-NUF is to provide a forum for multidisciplinary research on all aspects of urban freight. A second purpose of I-NUF is to raise the visibility of urban freight research. I-NUF is recognized as the premier venue for urban freight research. It draws participants from around the world representing the research community, the private sector, and government.
I-NUF 2017 will feature papers and presentations in the following thematic areas:
- Local/last mile pickup and delivery
- Trade nodes and hubs – ports, airports, distribution hubs
- Freight modes – trucking, rail, water
- Urban modeling and planning
- New technology
- Changing consumption, production and spatial organization
- Best practices
More information is available on the 2017 I-NUF website: https://www.metrans.org/2017-i-nuf-overview
To register, visit: https://www.metrans.org/2017-i-nuf-event-registration
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Walk-in Flu Clinic
Come by Eric Cohen for a free flu shot! During this time, appointments are not needed for flu shots! Just come on in, fill out a consent form and get a flu shot. Flu shots are for HSC Students only. Please bring your USC Card.
Religions & Homelessness High-Level Roundtable
A wide-ranging interfaith roundtable will convene at USC on Wednesday, October 18th, to discuss religions and the Los Angeles homelessness crisis. The roundtable, which will be held in the Vineyard Room of the Davidson Center, is co-sponsored by four USC organizations--the Institute for Advanced Catholic Studies, the Center for Religion and Civic Culture, the Office of Religious Life, and the Initiative to Eliminate Homelessness. Among the nearly 60 interfaith leaders in attendance will be Archbishop José H. Gómez of the Los Angeles Archdiocese, the largest Catholic Archdiocese in the nation.
Writing Center Workshop: Developing Critical Reading Strategies
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Trojan Farmers Market
Buy your fresh fruit, veggies and healthy snacks for the week from local farmers at the Trojan Farmers Market!
The market also offers a variety of food vendors with delicious ethnic cuisine. There's always something to see (or taste) in the Hospitality tent, visit our Facebook page each week for a preview. The market is now accepting EBT. Please see the Market Manager for more details.
Want more info? Contact USC Hospitality’s Marketing Department at (213) 821-5707.
Open enrollment presentation at USC Downtown Center
Stop by to get your benefits questions answered in person by benefits representatives!
Career Paths in Pharmacy Day, RSVP Event
Learn about the various pathways USC offers within the pharmacy field. Students will have the opportunity to meet with USC Pharmacy Faculty and students. This is an RSVP event. Once we receive your RSVP, you will receive more information.