Thank You!

Thank you for everyone who came out to Rock the Bike at Homecoming and made the event a huge success! We hope you all had as much fun as we did and had a blast experiencing the power of bike-generated energy!!

Healthy Food Fair

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Are you bored of all the same old off-campus options? Do you want to explore healthy, new restaurants but don’t know where to go? Attend the Healthy Food Fair at McCarthy Quad on Tuesday, October 28th at 11am and try out restaurants and food trucks from the greater LA area…. for FREE!!!

Sample a range of delectable organic, vegan/vegetarian and/or sustainably sourced options… including juices, smoothies, acai bowls, salads, and MORE!!

Vendors include:
Azla Vegan
Homegirl Café & Catering
Fresh Street Food Truck
Amazebowls
LENO JUICE BAR
Juice Crafters
Mixt Greens

ALSO – stop by the ESA table for FREE TUPPERWARE!! Next to our table you can sign up for the SC Buyer’s Club to get weekly boxes of seasonal produce from a local farm!

Nourish your body while you help sustain the earth!

Zero Waste Tailgate!

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Continue the Homecoming festivities with ESA before the Homecoming game this Saturday, October 18th!! We have joined up with the Office of Sustainability to bring you a zero waste tailgate where we will be giving away great prizes for recycling solo cups and the blender bike will be on hand to make delicious smoothies.

Our tailgate will be on the SOS lawn right next to McCarthy Quad so stop by and say hi during tailgating and learn how YOU can be more sustainable at tailgates!

Environmental Policy with Antonio Villaraigosa

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Join USC Environmental Student Assembly and Professor Esparza’s PPD 225 class as we invite former mayor of Los Angeles, Antonio Villaraigosa, to speak on environmental policy and sustainability in our city on Monday, October 13th at 10 am in RGL 101!

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Antonio Villaraigosa served as the 41st Mayor of Los Angeles, California from 2005 to 2013. Prior to being elected Mayor, he was a member of the California State Assembly from 1994 to 2000, the Democratic leader of the Assembly from 1996 to 1998, and the Speaker of the California State Assembly from 1998 to 2000. During his tenure as Mayor, he gained national attention for his work and was featured in Time’s 35 most influential Latinos.

Drought Discussion with Anthony Rendon

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On Wednesday, October 8th, starting at 7 pm in ZHS 163, the USC Environmental Student Assembly and USC Political Student Assembly will host a talk on the effects of the California drought on life in the state. Assembly member Anthony Rendon will be coming in to discuss the water bonds program and other initiatives currently underway to fight the drought. Please come voice your opinion on this serious issue!