Events

Sunday, March 6

"Sutra and Bible: Faith and the Japanese American World War II Incarceration" Exhibit at JANM
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The Sutra and Bible exhibit is co-curated by Duncan Ryuken Williams and Emily Anderson and is sponsored by the Japanese American National Museum and the USC...

Celebrating Women's History
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The university marks Women’s History Month with a series of events throughout March. Check out the complete schedule.

Funerary Sculpture of a Bactrian Camel China, ca. 700–800 CE.
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Trade networks have linked the peoples of Africa, Asia, and Europe for thousands of years. The most prominent route is known as the Silk Road—a term coined...

2022 USC OWN IT Women's Leadership Summit
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The moment we’ve all been waiting for, 2022 USC OWN IT is coming back in person! Join us on March 6th at the University of Southern California Ronald Tutor...

Breaking the Deadlock in Israel-Palestine: The New Plan for a "Holy Land Confederation"
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The USC Casden Institute, the UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy and the UCLA Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies proudly present the final...

11am
Virtual Event
USC School of Dramatic Arts presents: Scenes from The Odyssey
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By Mary Zimmerman Directed by Ken Sawyer With her characteristic wit and irreverence, renowned playwright Mary Zimmerman transforms Homer’s epic tale of a...

Music students perform onstage indoors.
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The USC Thornton Composition program presents an afternoon concert showcasing chamber works written by USC Thornton student-composers. Free and open to the...

2022 USC School of Pharmacy Alumni Awards Gala
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Visit pharmacyschool.usc.edu/gala for more information.

A student plays the percussion onstage indoors.
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The USC Thornton Composition program presents an evening concert showcasing chamber works written by USC Thornton student-composers. Free and open to the...

Photo of the illuminated El Rey Theatre marquee at night as cars drive past.
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Students from the USC Thornton Popular Music program, hailed by Rolling Stone as “the cutting-edge department that’s become the site of Los Angeles’ most...

Sunday, March 6