In an L.A. Times article by Steve Harvey about USC's canine mascot, Tirebiter, Claude Zachary recounts some of the lore surrounding the original Tirebiter and his successors, Tirebiter II, Tirebiter III, and Tirebiter IV. He also describes the mystery about Tirebiter's origins during the 1940s.
The Daily Trojan recently gave students an overview of campus career planning and development resources. They featured John Juricek's career planning Libguide, which lets students and alums know about market research, industry associations, and other vital resources for making informed career decisions.
Villa Aurora and USC's Feuchtwanger Memorial Library co-hosted a 125th-birthday celebration for German exile writer Lion Feuchtwanger at his former home in the Pacific Palisades on Sept. 16. A large audience -- including the new German consul general Wolfgang Drautz, acclaimed actor and producer Norman Lloyd, and novelist Klaus Modick -- gathered to remember Feuchtwanger and his legacy. Keep reading for photos from the celebration and more about the guests.
The Korean Heritage Library curator was recently elected to a three-year term on the committee, adding her library collections and information technology expertise to the AAS committee focusing on Korean studies. You can read more about Kim and her fellow committee members on the CKS Web site.
University Archivist Claude Zachary spoke with KPCC's Adolfo Guzman-Lopez about the 125-year history of USC Thornton School of Music. If you missed it, you can find the transcript and the archived show on the KPCC Web site.