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Torero Weekly

Monday, October 28, 2019

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Torero Weekly is the email digest that brings together announcements and events aimed at the entire campus community.

Announcements

painting of a skeleton in a dress on the beach Humanities Center, Community Engagement, Faith

Oct. 28 - Nov.1: Día de Muertos - Ancestral Tradition and Cultural Transformation Across Borders

The Humanities Center is hosting a week-long celebration of art, community and memory, October 28 to November 1. Sponsored by the Humanitie…Read More

Founders Chapel mass University

Remembering Our Deceased This November

At USD, we join the Catholic tradition of recognizing November as a special time of remembrance, beginning with the Feasts of All Saints and…Read More

Map of Alcala Park Way from the main entrance to the center of campus University

Road Closure: (Portion of Alcalá Park Way) - Phase II: Friday, Oct. 25 - Friday, Nov. 1

Dear Campus Community, We are informing you of an emergency road closure that will start today and continue into the following week. The ro…Read More

Ryan Patel Ahlers Center

Ahlers Center for International Business Speaker Series: Ryan Patel

Join the Ahlers Center for International Business on November 6, 2019 to hear from Ryan Patel, senior fellow in the Drucker School of Manage…Read More

Cubic Corporation Ahlers Center

Ahlers Center for International Business Speaker Series: Grace Lee

Join the Ahlers Center for International Business on November 12, 2019 to hear from Grace Lee, Senior Vice President, chief human resources …Read More

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Public Safety: Campus Training Announcement

The Department of Public Safety is continuing their Campus Emergency Procedures Review and Guidance for Surviving an Active Shooter/Aggresso…Read More

Fall 2019 I3@USDS Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering

The Fall 2019 I3@USD Magazine is here!

USD's Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering Fall 2019 edition of I3@USD celebrates the success and contributions of our dedicated alumni, stud…Read More

Women PeaceMakers Panel 2019 Kroc School

Women PeaceMakers Event 2019

The Kroc School’s Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice (Kroc IPJ) at the University of San Diego is pleased to invite you to…Read More

Borderlands Conference flyer with text and design Kroc School

Call for Volunteers: Build Peace 2019 Conference

The Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies at the University of San Diego is hosting an international conference on Borderlands from Nove…Read More

USD Fowler Business Concept Challenge School of Business

The Inaugural Fowler Business Concept Challenge

Welcome the spirit of entrepreneurship at the Inaugural Fowler Business Concept Challenge (FBCC), an early-stage business concept challenge …Read More

Parked Cars University

Mobility and Parking Plan for Fall 2020

The new USD Mobility and Parking Plan will take effect in the fall of 2020. The plan, the result of more than two years of research, study a…Read More

Upcoming Events

Monday, October 28

Print of male skeleton walking behind female skeleton, both clothed. Humanities Center

Exhibition Opening Reception - Political Skeletons: The Art and Afterlife of José Guadalupe Posada

4 p.m. // Saints Tekakwitha and Serra Hall, Room 200, Humanities Center Gallery

Born in Mexico in 1852, legendary illustrator José Guadalupe Posada remains an iconic figure among artists and activists celebrated…Read More

Painting of female skeleton in a colorful dress with Monarch butterflies flying around her. Humanities Center

Artistic Expression and the Materiality of Death

4:30 p.m. // Saints Tekakwitha and Serra Hall, Room 200, Humanities Center

This panel brings together artists who have worked different themes related to Day of the Dead as plastic expressions, from print arts to al…Read More

Alice Hoffman headshot College of Arts and Sciences, Speaker/Lecture Series

In Conversation with Alice Hoffman

7 p.m. // KIPJ, Theatre

Join the College of Arts and Sciences and Warwick’s bookstore in La Jolla for a conversation with author Alice Hoffman discussing her …Read More

Tuesday, October 29

Painting of female skeleton in a colorful dress with Monarch butterflies flying around her. Humanities Center

After Lives - Death as Social Criticism and Journalism

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

A discussion about the value of the Day of the Dead as a venue for grassroots expression, journalism and community self-representation. …Read More

2019 San Diego Asian Film Festival College of Arts and Sciences

Coming Home: 20th Anniversary of the San Diego Asian Film Festival

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

The 20th anniversary of the San Diego Asian Film Festival presents two of the Top 20 Asian American films of the past 20 years. There will…Read More

anna gallagher head shot Center for Catholic Thought and Culture, School of Law

Anna Marie Gallagher, Catholic Legal Immigration Network Inc. (CLINIC)

5 p.m. // Founders Hall, Ministry Center (behind Founders Hall)

Anna Marie Gallagher has practiced immigration and refugee law for more than three decades, working in the United States, Central America…Read More

Wednesday, October 30

Painting of female skeleton in a colorful dress with Monarch butterflies flying around her. Humanities Center

Honoring the Ancestors: Conceptions of Death Among Native Americans in San Diego

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

This panel, moderated by Persephone Lewis, USD tribal liaison, brings together members of the local Kumeyaay and Luiseño tribal natio…Read More

Thursday, October 31

Painting of female skeleton in a colorful dress with Monarch butterflies flying around her. Humanities Center

The Philosophical Meaning of Death in the Civilizations of the Anahuac

12 p.m. // Saints Tekakwitha and Serra Hall, Room 200, Humanities Center

If there is no death, there is no life. Very few civilizations have incorporated rituals and reflections about death as the most-lively part…Read More

Drawing of Resurrection in red chalk Hoehn Family Galleries, Fine Arts, Speaker/Lecture Series, International

Faculty Gallery Talk: Paul Evans

5 p.m. // Founders Hall, Hoehn Family Galleries

Speaker: Paul Evans, Digital Humanities Gallery Talks are a series of informal programs that engage new voices and perspectives from our ca…Read More

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USD Volleyball vs. Pacific this is an ole event

7 p.m. // Jenny Craig Pavilion

USD Volleyball takes on Pacific on October 31st at the Jenny Craig Pavilion. The Toreros have been dominant in conference play this season. …Read More

Friday, November 1

Painting of female skeleton in a colorful dress with Monarch butterflies flying around her. Humanities Center

Natalia Toledo, Zapotec Poetry Reading

12 p.m. // Student Life Pavilion, Gallery

A renowned Zapotec poet and the current undersecretary of diversity and culture in Mexico´s Ministry of Culture, Toledo reads her poet…Read More

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USD in the News

KPBS

Violence In Mexico Driving Renewed Migration To The US

Last Monday, 13 police officers were killed in an ambush in the Mexican state of Michoacán when they were attempting to serve a singl… Full Story

KUSI

USD Students Hold Candlelight Vigil to Raise Awareness of Homelessness

The event was held to remember all those experiencing homelessness and stand in solidarity with them.  It was hosted by the Urgent Chal… Full Story

San Diego Union-Tribune

Globe for All Program Taking ‘A Winter’s Tale’ on the Road as Latest Mobile Shakespeare Show

"You have nine actors eager to do something” — most of whom are students in the renowned Old Globe University of San Diego Shile… Full Story

San Diego Union-Tribune

Is a Wealth Tax a Good Idea?

Norm Miller, University of San Diego: Yes Some kind of wealth tax, instead of a minimum alternative tax, is reasonable, but it should be sim… Full Story

See All USD in the News

Student Photo of the Week

Immaculata sunset rays

Thanks @glennmoss for a great photo capturing a bit of the SoCal atmosphere in front of The Immaculata at USD! 

Calling all students! We want to feature you in "Student Photo of the Week." Send us original photos that convey your campus experience or simply capture beauty, and add a short caption about your inspiration for the photo. If selected, we will mention your name in the byline.*

Send your photo to dcim@sandiego.edu


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