AfroSCentric Cultural Showcase treats crowd to two hours of African diasporic culture

On Thursday, April 13, USC's Pan-African Student Association hosted their annual AfroSCentric Cultural Showcase. The showcase was the final event of their Africa Takeover Week. From 7 to 9 PM, cultural acts from the African Diaspora shared their talents with the crowd. A few acts included Brazilian capoeira, spoken word poetry, Cuban salsa, and an afro-trap … Continue reading AfroSCentric Cultural Showcase treats crowd to two hours of African diasporic culture

Meet BSA’s new co-executive director Saphia Jackson

USC's Black Student Assembly elected it's newest co-executive directors, Saphia Jackson and Ariana Seymore for the 2017-18 school year. I had the pleasure to sit down with Saphia and talk about her journey to being elected as a BSA executive director. Congratulations to the new Co-Executive Directors of BSA, Saphia Jackson and Ariana Seymore, & the … Continue reading Meet BSA’s new co-executive director Saphia Jackson

PASA’s Africa takeover week kicks off at Dulan’s Kitchen

This week USC's Pan African Student Association (PASA) is hosting their second annual Africa Take Over Week. I had the chance to stop by their kickoff event and meet students involved in this organization. PASA welcomes students of all backgrounds, whether they are originally from the African continent or not. Originally started by Joy Ohiomoba … Continue reading PASA’s Africa takeover week kicks off at Dulan’s Kitchen

Dr. Cornel West visits USC to speak on post-Obama America

On March 3, 2017, Dr. Cornel West spoke at Bovard Auditorium for an event titled "New Moment in History: Genesis or Revelation." The event lasted from 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM. Before the event started, the line to get into the auditorium stretched down Trousdale. As Dr. West made his entrance, the crowd cheered. The … Continue reading Dr. Cornel West visits USC to speak on post-Obama America