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September 3, 2013

Welcome Week: Commence!

          The students are most certainly back from summer break. The parking structure is full, the Starbucks line is longer, and navigating campus without colliding with a biker has become a bit more challenging.

          The Office of Orientation puts on a fantastic “Welcome Week” program for new Trojans, which wrapped up last Wednesday with the Involvement Fair. The Involvement Fair is a great opportunity for both new and returning students to find out more about the over 700 clubs and organizations on campus. Here are some highlights:

photo (42) Members of “Trojan Pride,” a sprit group on campus, out recruiting future members.

photo (43) Brothers of Sigma Delta Alpha, a multicultural fraternity on campus.

photo (39) A member of Phi Alpha Delta, a co-ed, pre-law fraternity on campus shows her Trojan pride.

photo (40) Members of the LGBT Resource Center talk to prospective students about the support, education, and advocacy the Center provides.

          Another notable event during Welcome Week was Convocation, a ceremony that welcomed the class of 2017 and included speeches from Student Body President Christian Kurth, as well as USC President C.L. Max Nikias, and a beautiful violin and cello collaboration from two Thornton students.

          And, a few weeks ago, Visions and Voices, an arts and humanities initiative at USC, hosted SPARK! The 8th annual multimedia kickoff event, which brought together musicians, dancers, slam poets, etc. for an amazing night of art and culture.

          Classes have now begun and Fall is fully underway. We are so excited to welcome the Class of 2017 to campus, and look forward to what is sure to be an unforgettable year!

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