New students were joined by parents and alumni Saturday for the 16th annual Trojan Family Pinning and Affirmation Ceremony at Argue Plaza on the University Park Campus. The event, hosted by the USC Black Alumni Association celebrates incoming students and the powerful legacy of achievement and advancement at USC. The ceremony concluded with alums and parents pinning the new Trojans with the association’s specially designed Adinkra Pin.
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