The USC Pacific Asia Museum hosts a collection of over 15,000 objects, spanning more than five thousand years, that include rare examples of art and ethnographic objects from Asia and the Pacific Islands.
The Visions and Voices Initiative emphasizes USC's commitment to interdisciplinary approaches. Check out the spectacular array of events conceived and organized by faculty and schools throughout the university.
Join us for Trojan Women presented by the USC School of Dramatic Arts.
As never been done before, The Triumph of Philippine Art exhibits the nation's political story and turmoil. The exhibition features various Contemporary Filipino-American artists and has been compiled by M. Teresa Lapid Rodriguez, who has personally experienced firsthand the revolution in the Philippines.
Inspired by the Euripides classic, this modern version of the epic story will be created by the company of actors in a creative collaboration with director David Bridel. Movement, music and original text combine to forge a contemporary, smart and powerful tale.
On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) is a recruiting method used by employers seeking to hire interns and entry-level employees from some of the brightest and most talented college students.
The 18th Annual Ed Wood Film Festival is an annual film festival hosted by the North Area residence halls that welcomes all USC students to create high quality student films in just 24 hours.
Join us for Tartuffe presented by the USC School of Dramatic Arts.
Poetry, fiction, non-fiction, print and digital: It's all part of how California defines itself, going back to the earliest days. Regional distinctions are important, but most essential is the idea of California as a state with a culture and aesthetic all its own. What is our sensibility? How does the literature of California tell us who we are?