USC: SCA Evening

posted by andrew




It’s been way too long since I’ve been able to get anything new on here, a full time job is just so time consuming. In fact, you could almost say it’s occupying my full time. At any rate, I wanted to get this guy on here at some point. In my opinion, USC doesn’t have a ton of really amazing architecture, a lot of it is old, but the wrong kind of old. Ugly old. 70s old. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a beautiful campus and I love it but there are several buildings you just have to look the other way when you walk by. This is not one of them. After a hefty donation from a certain Mr. Lucas, the School of Cinematic Arts got busy and, instead of building a new teaching facility, decided to plant a lavish Italian villa on the northeast side of campus. It’s big, ornate, unwieldy, and above all else excessive… but I’m proud to be a part of it.

The USC SCA at night. A sabered Douglas Fairbanks stands faithful watch from atop the fountain: Los Angeles CA

One Response to “USC: SCA Evening”

  1. Sagar Punhani says:

    Hello! We really loved your picture and an organization on campus known as HackSC would love to use this picture for a background in one of our sites for a high school Hackathon. However we first need your permission to do so. Thanks!