Wednesday, November 1
Thursday, November 2
|Humanities, Research and Fieldwork, Speaker/Lecture Series|
Phi Beta Kappa Lecture: "Where is US Foreign Policy Headed?"
12:30 p.m. // KIPJ Theatre
Stephen Walt is Belfer Professor of International Affairs at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and a former Academic Dean. He als… Read More
|Speaker/Lecture Series, Humanities, Arts and Culture|
Political Ideas and Ideologies Series: Dangerous Music and Radical Politics
12:30 p.m. // Serra Hall Room 200, Humanities Center
This interdisciplinary series focuses on the political dimensions of the work of three great composers: Beethoven, Wagner, and Shostakovich.… Read More
US Foreign Policy and the Trump Administration: Ten Months, Ten Perspectives
2 p.m. // Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, Room 116
The Department of Political Science and International Relations is pleased to announce the 2017 John Chambers Symposium, featuring two panel… Read More
|Arts and Culture|
New Musical Geographies II
7:30 p.m. // Founders Hall, French Parlor
For two decades, Christopher Adler has been the world's leading innovator in creating and performing new music for the Lao/Northeast Thai free-reed mouth organ, khaen.… Read More
Sunday, November 5
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USD in the News
San Diego Union-Tribune
The exhibition, which will tip off at 7 p.m. at Jenny Craig Pavilion, will raise funds for Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico. USD sopho… Full Story
In this op-ed, associate professor Ami Carpenter reflects on her recent trips to Iraq, and the power of mediation and dialogue … Full Story
Times of San Diego
USD hosts daylong diocesan conference led by San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy, involving 275 Hispanic Catholics… Full Story
USD law professor Orly Lobel speaks to whether nondisclosure pacts in cases of sexual misconduct are protecting criminal activity… Full Story
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Student Photo of the Week
This beautiful image of the reflection pool in the KIPJ Garden of the Sea was captured by Jiayi Wu (Vivian), a current USD MBA international student. Thank you!
Student photographers: we want to feature you in "Student Photo of the Week" in Torero Weekly. Send us original photos that capture Torero spirit, highlight an event or convey campus beauty. If selected, we will mention your name in the byline!
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About Torero Weekly
As part of an initiative aimed at reducing the number of campus-wide emails, the Department of University Communications has developed the Torero Weekly, which aggregates announcements and events aimed at the entire campus community (faculty, students and administration/staff) into a communication disseminated campus wide each Monday during the academic year.
To learn more about Torero Weekly or to submit an event, please review the Torero Weekly web page on the University Communications website.