Perfoming Arts Picnic w/ PAC!


Come to the Engineering Quad this Wednesday, September 24 from 12-2 pm for FREE FOOD including pizza from Rosso’s Pizza, free refreshments, and free swag from both the Performing Arts Committee and your very own ESA! You’ll also get to meet several arts and media based organizations!

First Assembly Meeting!

Join us this Thursday, September 11th, at 6 pm in the VKC Courtyard for our first general assembly meeting of the year! Learn about the exciting things ESA has planned for the coming months and how you can get involved!

Fall in with ESA!

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Welcome back! We hope you had an awesome summer, and we are excited to kick off the new semester with our first event, Fall in with ESA! If you love sustainability and the environment, come out on Tuesday, September 9th from 12-1 pm at Tommy Trojan and learn about ways you can get involved throughout the year.

Love ice cream?! Come churn your own organic ice cream with Peddler’s Creamery! We will be serving it in ESA’s new glass mason jars!

Hero Appreciation Network will also be providing information about and how to start earning $$$ for your schooling needs by being green!

See you there!

The Conclusion of Earth Month & the School Year



We want to thank everyone for a successful first Earth Month and an incredible first semester as an official Program Board Assembly! It wouldn’t have been possible without all of your passion and enthusiasm, and we truly appreciate everyone who came out to our events. Look out for us next year — we here at ESA are already hard at work planning next years events, including Earth Month 2015, and we promise they’ll only get bigger and better! Until then, stay green, and stay awesome! : )

Sustainability Research Symposium

Don’t forget to come out to our FINAL Earth Month Event, the Sustainability Research Symposium, on Friday, May 2nd at the Davidson Conference Center from 9am-12pm! There will be lots to check out!

Trojan Community Exchange w/ BSA, ESA, and Trojan Pride!!


You’ve charged your cell phone with a hamster wheel, made your own terrariums, and revamped the planet with Ian Somerhalder. You’ve gotten dirty,” met our member orgs, and sustained your future.

You’ve watched USC’s green community “grow” from the seed we planted back in January.

Now, join USC Environmental Student Assembly, EAO, Black Student Assembly at USC, and USC Trojan Pride on Wednesday, April 30th in Alumni Park from 12-3pm as we invite the entire USC community to our last event of the year and our second-to-last event of USC Earth Month 2014, the Trojan Community Exchange!

Bring your gently used items and clothes to donate as we host our CLOTHING EXCHANGE. One person’s trash can be another’s treasure! Donate the clothes you no longer wear and pick up some new outfits!

Bring your friends as we bring FREE Farmers Belly by the Greensmiths to eat at our dining area for lunch!

Remember our seed paper Earth Month calendars? Come to get a FREE pot and plant it!

It will be an exchange of gear, a social exchange, and an exchange of ideas for next year’s Earth Month! What a great way to get some new items, meet some new friends, grab some lunch from Farmer’s Belly and end Earth Month right by getting your FREE pot and soil to plant your seed paper Earth Month flyers!

Yoga in the Park & Documentary Screening: El Gigante


ESA is hosting a yoga session in Alumni Park from 12-1pm on Monday, April 28th, where students will be able to practice yoga and relaxation. Let’s promote healthy lifestyles on campus! Plus, there will be PrAna giveaways!



The construction of a hydroelectric power plant threatens the valley of the Magdalena River, its flora, fauna, people and their way of living. A group of peasants and fishermen, who have grown up under the shadow of “El Gigante” (the giant), struggles against the multinational companies Enel, Endesa and Impregilo. Come join ESA and LSA in SOS B46 from 7-8:30pm on Monday, April 28th as we learn about El Gigante. Discussion will be led by USC Graduate student and LA-Based artist, Carolina Caycedo, and her advisor and Associate Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity, Dr. Macarena Gomez-Barris.