Shira Dentz reads to USD

Farber Hall will host its first poetry reading and book signing of the year on Sept. 30. Visiting poet fellow Shira Dentz, Ph.D., teaches an advanced creative writing seminar this semester for the USD English department but on Friday at 4 p.m. she will be reading from various works including her book, “Sisyphusina” released in […]

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‘Why Trees Go Nuts’ lecture Held at Farber Hall

USD’s chapter of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society held a lecture in Farber Hall on “why trees go nuts,” explaining the importance of trees growing nuts and how the process works and impacts the world. The lecture was given by Victoria L. Sork, a professor at the Institute of Environmental Sustainability at UCLA, who […]

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Brief: Sociology Club to host Innocence Project exonerees

The USD Sociology Club will host a two-night speaker series with the Innocence Project Oct. 18 and 19. The Innocence Project is an organization that seeks to exonerate wrongly-convicted individuals in the justice system. The Sociology Club has asked select exonerees and staff to tell their stories and hold Q&A sessions with attendees, John Lefferts, […]

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