Screeing of "Taking the Stage: African American Music and Stories that Changed America
Join the USC Annenberg School of Journalism and ABC for an Advanced Screening of "Taking the Stage: African American Music and Stories that Changed America. A Q&A with Quincy Jones and Fatimah Robinson will take place following the screening. RSVP required
Sistah Circle is a CBCSA program that aims to provide space for women in graduate programs at USC who self-identify as Black to connect with one another and examine personal, academic, professional and social challenges and successes. The program meets bi weekly and will begin meeting again in January 2017
Sponsored by: Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs
Spring Black and Latino New Student Symposium
The Black and Latino New Student Symposium is a personalized student welcome geared toward new incoming freshman, transfer and graduate students. This is a unique experience to meet other students and learn about various campus resources.
Sponsored by: Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs, El Centro Chicano
USC Cultural Centers and #TogetherUSC will be hosting space for all to join. Students, staff and faculty will have the opportunity to engage in conversation and express your thoughts and feelings. Staff will be on hand to engage students on critical conversations and to explore your place in the Trojan Family
Sponsored by: USC Cultural Centers and #TogetherUSC
Join the USC National Pan-Hellenic Council for their spring Meet the Greek Info Session. Come out and learn more about the Divine 9, historically Black sororities and fraternities and the chapters that are active at USC.