End of Semester Study Abroad Information Sessions

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HSEP Day of Fitness for House of Hope

Do you like exercise, entertainment, and JAMBA JUICE? Join us for INCREDIBLY CHEAP AND FUN FITNESS CLASSES for charity on Sunday April 27 from 11am-2pm in the Lyon Center. We will be teaching BOXING, YOGA, and LATIN DANCE!!! There is no experience necessary and all the proceeds raise money for the House of Hope hospice facility. This is like no class you’ve ever taken before as we will be integrating exciting facts on the health benefits of each activity into the lessons!!!

Here is the schedule of classes:
11am-12pm: Latin Dance
12pm-1pm: Yoga
1pm-2pm: Boxing

The prices are as follows:
1 class: $3
2 classes: $5
3 classes: $7

All classes will meet in the Lyon center lobby, and in the first 5 minutes of each class we will be taking orders for Jamba Juice, so don’t be late!

GET PUMPED! Bring comfortable clothing, your STUDENT ID, and some Trojan spirit!

New Summer Course: FREN 499- Indigenous Language Revitalization

Indigenous Language Revitalization: FREN 499

No previous foreign language experience needed, course is taught in English.  French components are required for French minors and majors.

The Department of French and Italian are offering a 4-unit Problems without Passports course.  The course lasts 7 weeks (May 21-July 8) including a 2-week field experience in Louisiana with New Orleans as the home base.

For more information, please visit the PwP website http://dornsife.usc.edu/fren-499-ilr/ or e-mail Jessica Kanoski at jkanoski@usc.edu

Armenian Genocide Awareness and Commemoration Event on April 24th

On April 24, 2014, USC’s Armenian Students’ Association and the USC Shoah Foundation will be hosting “99 Years of Denial” a special presentation including music and arts for the commemoration of the 99th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. Speakers will include USC Senior and Public Relations Director for the Armenian Students’ Association, Nerses Aposhian, criminal defense attorney, R.J. Manuelian and Executive Director of the Shoah Foundation, Stephen Smith. Musical performances will be provided by VIZA, Armenian Public Radio and R-Mean.

Join us from 12-2 at Tommy Trojan. Speakers and music will be from 12-1. Food and art display will be from 1-2.

Event Link: https://www.facebook.com/events/237067899819107

Student-Led Seminars THIS THURSDAY from 4-5 PM in VKC 211 Presented by CET UFs

The Undergraduate Fellows of the Center for Excellence in Teaching cordially invite you to attend our final Student-Led Seminar of the Spring 2014 semester THIS THURSDAY, April 24th from 4-5 PM in VKC 211. Our final seminar will feature two USC undergraduate students who will be presenting on their personal academic passions.

Luke Phillips, an IR specialist, will present and lead discussion on “The Geopolitics of the United States of America.”

Ian Malave, a scholar of Business and Computer Science, will present “Privacy: You’re tracked more than you know & why that’s bad.”

Again, please join us in VKC 211 on Thursday, April 24th from 4-5 PM for rich discussion and free pizza.
Sincerely,
The CET Undergraduate Fellows

Narcolepsy Speaker Event

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ChangeFire – Nicaragua Project – summer opportunity

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