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It has been 15 years since the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil took place. Our generation is the one to grow up in the aftermath of terrorism. We have become accustomed to extensive security checks and protocols. Our generation will always remember, but never fully understand, what took place on Sept. 11, 2001.
USC student portal my.sc.edu posted a new feature this week to the registration tab: A schedule planner. This new feature allows students to add desired courses and breaks to a list that then generates schedule options.
Chris Hardwick’s show on Comedy Central reintroduced the world to two USC students’ original video.
Harvest Week is underway at Motor Supply Company Bistro. Having begun on Tuesday, this week is a celebration of the local farms the restaurant receives some of its ingredients from throughout the year.
Two people were killed in a shooting at the UCLA Wednesday morning.
"A Gravedigger's Tale" brings the story of "Hamlet" to life in a new, interactive way for audiences. The play is a collaborative effort between Director Robert Richmond and Actor Louis Butelli, brought to USC because of the First Folio exhibit. The play will run from Thursday to Saturday — Saturday being the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death and what some believe to be his date of birth, as well.
"The Tempest" will be performed at Drayton Hall Theatre from April
15 - 23, coinciding with the exhibit of the First Folio at USC. The
play offers Shakespeare enthusiasts and students alike an opportunity to
experience one of the last works written by the great English playwright.
One of the few original copies of Shakespeare’s First Folio is coming to USC, the only location chosen in South Carolina for the national tour commemorating the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. Stanford University professor Stephen Orgel, a renowned Shakespeare scholar, will kick off the festivities with his talk “Much Ado About Shakespeare” Thursday night.
MyEdu's announcement that they will no longer provide their scheduling service to USC has left many students frustrated as they head into registration.
Sexual assault is a major issue that has been the focus of many studies and documentaries in recent years. In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, here is a list of documentaries that expose some of the truths behind sexual assault.
Award-winning novel "All the Light We Cannot See," by Anthony Doerr, will be highlighted this week as part of the Open Book Series.
The Pulse Survey for undergraduate students has been extended until April 15 to provide students more time to share their experiences on campus with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Taking on New York City with a style that shows off her unique personality while still keeping things professional, Taylor Swift is the perfect inspiration for any up and coming college student looking to step up their style.
The "State of Activism in the United States" will be discussed by Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson on Monday in the Russell House Theater at 8 p.m. The keynote address will kick off the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs' Social Justice Month.
The world premiere of Columbia City Ballet's "Peter Pan" flew audiences at the Koger Center for the Arts to Neverland this weekend. This was the final professional performance from principal dancer Claire McCaa, who danced Wendy, after a long career with the Columbia City Ballet.
The wonderful story of the Darling children’s adventures with Peter Pan and Tinker Bell in the magical and whimsical world of Neverland will be brought to life through ballet at the Koger Center for the Arts on March 18. This world premiere of "Peter Pan" by Columbia City Ballet offers quite a bit for the audience with many iconic characters coming to the stage, each of which are given unique features to truly represent the character's personality.
"Peter and the Starcatcher" opened March 11 at the Trustus Theatre in the Vista. The play tells the story of Molly, a Starcatcher, aboard the Neverland ship as she meets three unlikely friends — orphans Prentiss, Ted and no-name Mule. After Molly and the boys become friends, they go off on an adventure of epic, life-changing proportions.
Journalist Walter "Robby" Robinson will discuss the importance of investigative journalism and the effect of the movie "Spotlight" at the annual Buchheit Family Lecture. The presentation is called "Investigative Reporting: How Hollywood Came to Celebrate What Newsrooms Believe is No Longer Worth the Cost" and will be hosted in the auditorium of the School of Journalism and Mass Communications on Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Spring break is a time to step away from the hectic schedule that comes along with being a college student. With the wonderful week off fast approaching, it is important to plan accordingly for the needs you will face while taking on a week of adventure.
The social struggles of minorities in the public school system were addressed in the Get in #Formation: Activism Against the Criminalization of Black Youth lecture Monday night.