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Men's Football vs. Arizona State

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Men's Water Polo vs. Pacific

NorCal Invitational

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Women's Cross Country

Sacramento State Regional Preview

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The OUTlist 2016

Join us in celebrating Coming Out Month and showing support for USC’s LGBTQ+ Community by signing the OUTlist! This is a publication of signatures from USC students, faculty, staff, and alumni that serves as a reminder of how large our community is and a way to show support from our allies at USC. Therefore, we invite both folks from the community as well as allies to participate.

You can sign the OUTlist as both an organization and as an individual. Signing the publication will put your name among other individuals based on your designation as student, faculty, staff member, or alumni. Student organizations will also be placed in a special section.
Interest in signing? Please fill out these forms:
Individual signatures: http://goo.gl/Y88AuV
Organization signatures: http://goo.gl/FkLQlY

On National Coming Out Day (October 11th) we will publish the OUTlist and will be placing it on Trousdale along with the other festivities we will be doing on that day.

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Preparing for the Biotech Decade

The University of Southern California, in partnership with Los Angeles Community Colleges, is presenting a half-day educational and workforce development event to encourage the residents of East Los Angeles (Boyle Heights, El Sereno, Lincoln Heights and neighboring communities in the San Gabriel Valley) to prepare for opportunities related to STEM disciplines. 

Free Workshops and Outdoor Resource Fair for:

  • Families with K-12 age children
  • Educators
  • Community college students
  • Undergraduates/graduate students interested in life science careers and research
  • Individuals interested biotech job training

Featured Speakers

Carlos I. Noriega, Lieutenant Colonel, USMC, Ret., former NASA astronaut

Diana Ramos, MD, MPH, Medical Director for Reproductive Medicine, LA County Public Health Dept. of Health

For more information about sponsoring/participating in this event contact biotech@usc.eduor visit biotech.usc.edu/biotechdecade.

Free with RSVP

Early Modern British History with Margo Todd

"‘Ane holpe to Chrystis puir’: Relieving the Destitute in an Early Modern Scottish Town"

After the Reformation, the Scottish kirk, administered at the parochial level largely by laymen, established a system of public poor relief remarkable for relative efficiency and a high degree of flexibility, and notably cost-effective (occasionally even profitable) despite the absence of any tax base to fund it. How did it work? Whom did it serve? Where did it fail? This paper is an initial foray into the operations of the system in one urban parish from the 1570s until the outbreak of war in the 1630s.

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VSRI Grant Writing Workshop

Join visiting scholars Haidee Wasson, Mark Braude, Ed Diemendberg, and VSRI faculty Nancy Lutkehaus, and Vanessa Schwartz
to discuss how to write exceptional grants.


Bring a grant application and workshop it with collegaues and experts.

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USC School of Dramatic Arts Presents: A LIE OF THE MIND

Filled with enormous vitality and humor, Sam Shepard’s savage masterwork examines the destinies of two families, linked by marriage but set apart by jealousy and distrust, to probe into the human heart and the destructiveness it can engender.

“Sam Shepard is surely the only dramatist alive who could tell a story as sad and frightening as this one and make such a funny play of it without ever skimping on its emotional depth.” —The New Yorker

Performance Dates & Times:

Thursday, September 29, at 7 p.m.
Friday, September 30, at 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 1, at 2:30 p.m.*
Saturday, October 1, at 8 p.m.*
Sunday, October 2, at 2:30 p.m.

Tickets purchased in person at the USC Ticket Office: students, $5; faculty and staff, $8; general public, $12. Tickets purchased by phone or online are $14.

Parking:
Discounted parking is available for $10, except on the *USC football game day. Please inform the gate officer you are attending a School of Dramatic Arts performance. Parking on USC football game days is $25.

Talkback@SDA:
Join us on the Saturday matinee (2:30 p.m.) performance as a panel of esteemed guests discuss and explore themes found in the production with the audience.

USC School of Dramatic Arts Presents: MOCKINGBIRD

Based on the National Book Award-winning novel by Kathryn Erskine, Mockingbird explores a young autistic girl’s emotional journey through grief and healing in the wake of tragedy. This vibrant and surprisingly humorous production shows how one person can change a community — and how black and white can always be complemented by a kaleidoscope of colors.

“ ‘Mockingbird’ is brilliant, moving, luminous, and marvelous.” —DC Metro Theater Arts

Performance Dates & Times:

Thursday, September 29, at 7 p.m.
Friday, September 30, at 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 1, at 2:30 p.m.*
Saturday, October 1, at 8 p.m.*
Sunday, October 2, at 2:30 p.m.

Tickets purchased in person at the USC Ticket Office: students, $5; faculty and staff, $8; general public, $12. Tickets purchased by phone or online are $14.

Parking:
Discounted parking is available for $10, except on the *USC football game day. Please inform the gate officer you are attending a School of Dramatic Arts performance. Parking on USC football game days is $25.

Talkback@SDA:
Join us on the Saturday matinee (2:30 p.m.) performance as a panel of esteemed guests discuss and explore themes found in the production with the audience.

Women's Volleyball

Pac 12 Challenge

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