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Torero Weekly

Monday, Feb. 12, 2018

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Announcements

USD students chat with Dr. HarrisStudent Involvement, Office of the President

Fireside Chat with President Harris

Stop by Thursday outside of the Torero Store for a casual conversation with Dr. Harris and other USD administrators. Light refreshments will be available… Read More

Lent Retreat Faith, Community Engagement, Catholic Social Thought

Ash Wednesday Services; Lenten Journey Retreat Beginning

Ash Wednesday marks the start of Lent, the 40 day period of preparation for Easter.  Lent is a time of re-examining our lives and deepe… Read More

fists in the air Humanities Center

Black History Month at the Humanities Center

The Humanities Center celebrates Black History Month with a variety of programs. Film Screening: I Am Not Your Negro Monday, February 5 at … Read More

Hidden Human Computers FlyerCopley Library

USD Proudly Presents: Hidden Human Computers: The Black Women of NASA

The San Diego Public Library and the University of San Diego welcome Duchess Harris, Ph.D. to the Central Library on Saturday, Feb. 24 and t… Read More

Changefunding Torero Weekly Image Student Projects, Changemaker

Students: Ready to raise money for your USD-related project?

Check-out Changefunding, USD's crowdfunding platform. It works just like GoFundMe, except you will not be charged any fees so 100% of t… Read More

GSIC registrationCenter for Peace and Commerce

All in the USD Community are welcome to Lead Change through Social Innovation!

The Global Social Innovation Challenge welcomes the participation of all the USD community to develop sustainable solutions to our global ch… Read More

Upcoming Events

Monday, February 12

BrooksPolitics and Law, Speaker/Lecture Series, Humanities

Illume/CLS - The Racial Glass Ceiling: Subordination in American Law and Culture

6 p.m. // Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, Warren Auditorium

Roy L. Brooks, JD, Warren Distinguished Professor of Law at USD and author of Racial Injustice in the Age of Obama and When S… Read More

Tuesday, February 13

PicSpeaker/Lecture Series, Humanities, Academics

The Art and Practice of Translation

2:30 p.m. // Sacred Heart Hall, Studio Theatre

Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky are the world's most celebrated translators of Russian literature. The Old Globe has paired them with… Read More

USDSpeaker/Lecture Series, Humanities, Arts and Culture, Academics

The Idea of Beauty Series: Philosophers on Beauty, Part 1: Plato, Plotinus, St. Augustine

4 p.m. // Serra Hall, Room 200, Humanities Center

The Idea of Beauty Series: In Spring 2018, the Humanities Center will begin a major and ambitious exploration of the three underlying c… Read More

Wednesday, February 14

Valentine's Dinner at La Gran TerrazaUSD Dining

Valentine's Dinner at La Gran Terraza

5 p.m. // La Gran Terraza

Enjoy a romantic dinner with your sweetheart while enjoying a live pianist.… Read More

Thursday, February 15

USD students chat with Dr. HarrisStudent Involvement, Office of the President

Fireside Chat with President Harris

11 a.m. // Hahn University Center, Fire pits outside the Torero Store

Enjoy a casual conversation with Dr. Harris and other USD administrators. Light refreshments will be available.… Read More

Mendez v. WestminsterStudent Events, Faculty and Staff, Alumni

Bergman Memorial Lecture: Seeking Equality in Our Schools-Mendez v. Westminster

5:30 p.m. // KIPJ, Room Theatre & Rotunda

USD School of Law is holding a reception and panel discussion in honor of Mendez v. Westminster - a 1947 federal court case that challe… Read More

Friday, February 16

Chris MurphyAthletics

Baseball Begins 2018 Season

5:30 p.m. // Fowler Park

San Diego baseball opens its 2018 season this weekend when it welcomes Cincinnati and California to Fowler Park for five games over three da… Read More

Lunar New Year 2018USD Dining

Lunar New Year Dinner

4:30 p.m. // Student Life Pavilion, Pavilion Dining

All you care to eat dinner buffet… Read More

See All Upcoming Events

USD in the News

San Diego Union-Tribune

Tijuana's Resurgence of Homicides Subject of USD Policy Brief

The expansion into Tijuana of a new drug trafficking group, the Cartel Nueva Generacion Jalisco, is a key factor in explaining the city… Full Story

NPR

In Mexico, Is Legalized Pot Just A Pipe Dream?

"Colorado, California and the other states that have legalized marijuana have in some ways put the U.S. in a really awkward position," said USD's David Shirk… Full Story

San Diego Union-Tribune

Toreros Play Close Games, Win or Lose

There was an overtime victory at Portland, plus a four-point home win against Loyola Marymount. There was Saturday’s exciting, near-mi… Full Story

NBC San Diego

Are You a Victim of Cybercrime Without Knowing It?

“The cybersecurity field right now is like a vast ocean with mines underneath,” said USD's Ashton Mozano… Full Story

See All USD in the News

Student Photo of the Week

The Student Life Pavilion silhouetted by a sunset with shades of yellow, pink, orange and purple.

Thank you Zoe Morales for sharing this photo!

Student photographers: keep the photos coming! Every week Torero Weekly features a select student photo. Send us your original photos that capture Torero spirit, highlight an event or convey campus beauty. We will mention your name in the byline!

Send your photo to dcim@sandiego.edu


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