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The USC Libraries have become the first library in California to partner with the Digital Public Library of America as a content hub.
The academic achievements of more than 60 exceptional USC students took center stage at the annual Wall of Scholars recognition ceremony on May 16.
With Los Angeles voters choosing a new mayor on May 21, scholars and the popular media have turned their attention to local electoral politics. The USC Libraries’ Special Collections offer a wealth of rare and relevant primary-source materials, including papers of Yvonne Brathwaite Burke ’56.
The USC Libraries have begun a collaboration with USC School of Dramatic Arts Professor Oliver Mayer to showcase the essential role of libraries in discovery and the creative arts through an upcoming series of flash plays.
USC graduate student Andrew Woodham took first prize in the ninth annual USC Libraries Wonderland Award competition for “A Reflection on Lewis Carroll.”
As USC’s institutional archivist, Claude Zachary fields torrents of requests from researchers and writers, university staffers, alumni, media and others.
For decades, dancer and choreographer Rudy Perez pushed the envelope of dance, inspiring audiences and fellow practitioners to reimagine the art form’s possibilities.
In the spring of 1535, Hernán Cortés set sail for an island he believed to be “rich in pearls and gold” and “populated by women, without a single mate.”
The USC Libraries have launched a new version of the USC Digital Library, providing improved search and discovery tools.
Often described as the quintessential California poet, Robinson Jeffers — and the indelible mark he left on the literary world — was honored at the “Celebrating Robinson Jeffers” event at the USC Libraries.