Alumni Events

December 6 - 12, 2018

Thursday, December 6

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

West Los Angeles Sales Job Fair
This is a past event.

HireLive is a national career service company specializing in Sales, Retail and Management Career Fairs, and has more than a decade of experience in...

CommuniTEA
This is a past event.

Trojan family tea time featuring free chai, desserts, ping pong and periodic art projects. All USC students and staff are welcome to attend.

Educator Night: Ceremonies and Celebrations
This is a past event.

K-12 educators are invited to explore the role of textiles in different cultures and learn to engage students through art. Educatiors will explore the...

Friday, December 7

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

EMSI: Moving Landscapes: Gardens & Gardening in the Transatlantic World, 1670-1830
This is a past event.

Friday, December 7 to Saturday, December 8, 2018 The Huntington Library 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA Rothenberg Hall Steven S. Koblik Education and...

Moving Landscapes: Gardens & Gardening in the Transatlantic World, 1670-1830 (USC EMSI)
This is a past event.

Friday, December 7 to Saturday, December 8, 2018 The Huntington Library 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA Rothenberg Hall Steven S. Koblik Education and...

LABYRINTH - Movement Meditation Series
This is a past event.

Drop by for a silent, self-guided walking meditation. All USC students and staff are welcome to participate.

Yoga at Fisher
This is a past event.

Breathe, unwind and enjoy free yoga at the USC Fisher Museum of Art. Stretch your muscles and meditate in galleries surrounded with works based on aerial...

Saturday, December 8

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

Moving Landscapes: Gardens & Gardening in the Transatlantic World, 1670-1830 (USC EMSI)
This is a past event.

Friday, December 7 to Saturday, December 8, 2018 The Huntington Library 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA Rothenberg Hall Steven S. Koblik Education and...

EMSI: Moving Landscapes: Gardens & Gardening in the Transatlantic World, 1670-1830
This is a past event.

Friday, December 7 to Saturday, December 8, 2018 The Huntington Library 1151 Oxford Road, San Marino, CA Rothenberg Hall Steven S. Koblik Education and...

Allied with Japanese America: New Stories of Supporters during World War II
This is a past event.

A symposium exploring allies of Japanese Americans during World War II who defended and supported those living under martial law in Hawaii, in the U.S....

Sunday, December 9

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

Free Second Sunday: Traditional Clothing
This is a past event.

Join us as we explore the role of clothing throughout history and learn about the beautiful garments of Asian culture! Textile experts explain the history of...

Monday, December 10

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

Tuesday, December 11

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

Wednesday, December 12

From the Battle in France to the Liberation of Germany: Letters and Artifacts from the Harry K. Wolff Jr. Collection
This is a past event.

Among the hundreds of thousands of US soldiers called to duty during WWII was a thirty-year-old Jewish lawyer from San Francisco named Harry K. Wolff Jr. His...

Maya Women and the Textile Tradition: Agency and Livelihood
This is a past event.

The indigenous Maya people, who inhabit the area of Southern Mexico and northern Central America, have a distinguished, centuries-long tradition of creating...

December 6 - 12, 2018