Events

Saturday, February 15

A Case of Hysteria? The Altogether Shocking History of Women's Mental Health
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For thousands of years, a wide range of women’s physical and mental health issues have been routinely dismissed and mischaracterized as “hysteria.” The word...

One of five original artworks painted by local high school students that was featured as part of USC's Black History Month banner project.
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Celebrate Black History Month with your fellow Trojans - view all the events happening across USC's campuses.

14th Annual Herbert G. Klein Lecture with Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer
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Join us for an interactive conversation with Kevin L. Faulconer, the 36th mayor of San Diego and the only Republican mayor to lead one of the top 10 largest...

5 Animal Qigong
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Join Master Justin Garcia as he leads you through 5 Animal Qigong, a centuries-old Chinese practice of body movement, breathing, and meditation, in our...

EMSI - Iberian Voices Symposium
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"Capturing Others and Shifting Perspectives in the Spanish Empire" February 15, 2020 Huntington Library Stewart R. Smith Board Room 10am-5pm To attend...

Neither Monk Nor Layperson: Categories of Buddhist Leaders in Japan, Korea, and America
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In Buddhism’s adaptations in the modern West, much has been made of trends in new categories of Buddhist leaders who occupy a place that is neither monastic...

Charles Arnoldi | Four Decades
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Charles Arnoldi | Four Decades is a survey of the versatile and prolific Venice Beach artist which traces the evolution of the artist’s expansive and...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: Guarded
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A sweltering summer in Los Angeles. On location for a big Hollywood feature. So many dreams in the balance. L.A. playwright Boni B. Alvarez has created a new...

Saturday, February 15