The third annual Green Week at USC starts this Monday, Sept. 4. The Office of Sustainability has a week full of events planned for Trojans to celebrate and learn more about sustainability on campus.
Monday, Sept. 4: USC Peace Garden opens for the semester
The Peace Garden will open its gates for the first time this semester on Monday. The garden, located at 3017 Shrine Pl., is open four days a week for students to garden or just enjoy the space.
Wednesday, Sept. 6: USC Sustainability Hub opens
The grand opening of the Sustainability Hub is Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Student Union. The Hub is the home of Assignment: Earth, USC’s sustainability framework created in 2021. Hear from sustainability leaders, get a tour of the Hub and visit the Resource Fair. There will be refreshments and giveaways to celebrate. RSVP here! The code is Sep6.
Thursday, Sept. 7: Join a sustainability-themed WellWalk
Join an Office of Sustainability representative for a sustainability-themed walk! Starting next Thursday, students are invited to take part in a 15 to 30 minute walk around campus and learn some sustainability tips along the way. The group meets at Tommy Trojan every Thursday at 3 p. m.
Friday, Sept. 8: Make Mend II: Unravel, Unwind workshop
The dean and professors of the Roski School of Art and Design will host a textile workshop. Participants are invited to bring their old clothes to repurpose the material into usable textiles. This is the first in a series of workshops and will focus on deconstructing old cloth. Professors will lead students in needlework, stitching, weaving and unraveling. No previous experience is required.
Friday, Sept. 8: SC Gardening Club
The Gardening Club will have its first meeting next week at the Parkside garden. They meet every Friday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. The group waters, weeds and tends to the garden outside of the Parkside dorm.