Your weekly round up of events serving up free food to help you take advantage of all that college has to offer.
Nov. 20 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: McCarthy Quad
WHO WILL HEADLINE?
Now that we got all you music lovers to pay attention, in a matter of days, we will be announcing this year’s headliners for the 11th annual:
Conquest!: The Ultimate Trojan Experience.
This event is proudly brought to you by USC Concerts Committee, USC Office of Campus Activities, and USC Trojan Pride!
CONQUEST! is an annual tradition before the cross-town rivalry game against UCLA. Join us as we rally to beat the Bruins! Conquest also celebrates USC’s accomplishments in athletics, academics, and spirit with a rally, Ferris Wheel, food trucks, bruin bonfire, and fireworks display. Guest appearances will be made by USC sports teams and coaches, the Trojan Marching Band, the USC Song Girls, and more!
*IMPORTANT: This is a closed show to students, alumni, and community members. Students must present USC IDs and guests must show proper government issued ID to enter McCarthy Quad.
WHEN: Thursday November 20th at 7PM (food fair and vendors open at 5PM!)
WHERE: McCarthy Quad
Updated schedule to come, along with release of the headliners!
The Lime Truck
Waffles de Liege
The Grilled Cheese Truck
The Boba Truck
USC CONCERTS COMMITTEE:
USC OFFICE OF CAMPUS ACTIVITIES:
USC TROJAN PRIDE:
USC PROGRAM BOARD:
Use the hashtag #Conquest2014 to find all of the latest updates and share your photos from the show.”
What to Expect: Food trucks
Nov. 18 from 6:30-8:50 p.m.
Location: USC MRF Building, Room 340
Description: “FROM EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS KATIE COURIC & LAURIE DAVID
A FILM BY STEPHANIE SOECHTIG
“Everything we’ve been told about food and exercise for the past 30 years is dead wrong. FED UP is the film the food industry doesn’t want you to see. From Katie Couric, Laurie David (Oscar winning producer of AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH) and director Stephanie Soechtig, FED UP will change the way you eat forever.”
Please join us after the screening for FREE, healthy snacks!”
What to expect: Healthy snacks
Nov. 21 from at 10:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
Location: USC Ronald Tutor Campus Center
Description: “A white winter will be coming to LA at USC APASA’s annual Winter Formal! Come dance the night away with the Proletariats – an extremely talented DJ group hailing from the 626- and immerse yourself in a wonderland of snow and enchanting fairy lights.
From a mocktail and dessert bar to photobooths, you never know what surprises you’ll find in our forest of white wonder.
Dress code: Semi Formal
Open to all USC Students! ** YOU MUST BRING A USC STUDENT ID TO BE ADMITTED **
Sponsoring USC Program Board Organizations:
USC Academic Culture Assembly
Black Student Assembly at USC
USC Environmental Student Assembly
USC Latina/o Student Assembly
USC Performing Arts Committee
Queer and Ally Student Assembly
USC Speakers Committee
USC Special Events Committee
USC Women’s Student Assembly
The Asian Pacific American Student assembly (USC APASA) is one of 9 cultural assemblies under USC Program Board, the programming branch of USC Undergraduate Student Government. We are the umbrella organization for 21 Asian Pacific American (APA) member organizations at USC and serve as a source of funding and support for our member organizations.”
What to Expect: Mocktails and dessert bar
Nov. 19 from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Location: USC Hillel
Description: “IJoin USC STAND and Jewish World Watch for a reception and panel discussion with Intel about the role of corporate responsibility in the ongoing conflict in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. This year, Intel engineers created and released the first-ever conflict-free microprocessor, meaning that it was the first technology of its kind to be produced exclusively from minerals sourced from mines not controlled by warlords. Now, Intel executive Carolyn Duran and Gary Niekerk are coming to USC to talk about their strategy, the role of consumer advocacy, and the journey to making ethical business in the eastern Congo possible. They will also speak about corporate responsibility generally and the career paths that led them here.
All are welcome. FREE Pizza and drinks provided!”
What to Expect: Free pizza and drinks
Nov. 20 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: TCC 205
Description: “WSA’s Men and Masculinity is hosting an awesome presentation with Michael Kaufman, co-founder of the White Ribbon Campaign! Join us for a thoughtful and relevant conversation about men’s roles on and off campus.
Women have been busy changing their lives and the world. But where does that leave men? Is gender equality going to hurt men? And what about those men in relationships with women? And what about men’s own ideas about manhood?
This fun, entertaining but also serious talk is full of stories and analysis that takes a positive look at what men need to know about feminism. And we’ll explore how men can create good relationships—whether it’s a one night hookup or a long term romance, no matter who its with.
This presentation is made possible in partnership with USC Women’s Student Assembly, Be Well USC, USC – Office for Wellness and Health Promotion, USC Program Board, USC Undergraduate Student Government, and Speakers Committee!
This event is part of “It’s On Us: National Week of Action at USC.” For more events and opportunities, visit: http://on.fb.me/1ywM6oo”
What to Expect: Refreshments will be provided
Nov. 21 at 7:00 p.m.
Location: McCarthy Quad
Description: “It’s that time of the year again, and this round we’re going on a road trip!
It’s Save Tommy Night 2014: Road Trip Across America!
Where will we stop by?
San Francisco, Las Vegas, Area 51, Seattle, Denver, Dallas, New Orleans, Miami, Chicago, Washington DC, New York City, Boston, Juneau, Honolulu, and the city we run, Los Angeles.
A more complete list of activities and goodies will be included as the event nears!
-Free first ride from Uber
Save Tommy Night is the annual carnival hosted by USC Residential Student Government each year prior to the USC vs UCLA rivalry football game.
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What to Expect: Food, games, and giveaways!