Events

Sunday, February 23

A Case of Hysteria? The Altogether Shocking History of Women's Mental Health

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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HirePower Cover Letter Bootcamp

Learn how to write a unique, targeted cover letter that defines your Skills, Experience, and Temperament (SET) to complement your resume without rehashing...

USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: Guarded

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...

"Seamless", A Play: Japanese American Incarceration and the Afterlife of Historical Trauma

Seamless revisits the Japanese American incarceration and dissolution of the American Dream during World War II, exploring the ways the past haunts the...

SH[eye]N in concert

USC Thornton faculty member Bill Biersach performs on Chapman Railboard Stick with electronic percussionist Ralph Loynachan in the duo, SH[eye]N, featuring...

Seamless: A Play about Japanese American Incarceration and the Afterlife of Historical Trauma

Seamless: A Play about Japanese American Incarceration and the Afterlife of Historical Trauma Book signing and reception to follow. ADMISSION: Admission is...

USC Thornton Chamber Singers: Messe Solennelle

Organist Weicheng Zhao joins the USC Thornton Chamber Singers in a performance of the Messe Solennelle by Jean Langlais.

Sunday, February 23