Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger Hunt - ARLT101: First Mini-Project A...

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ARLT101: First Mini-Project A Historical/Neighborhood Scavenger Hunt B . USC Scavenger Hunt Complete 35 items on the USC Scavenger hunt below. Write a short essay (1 page) in which you explain the most interesting item you discovered about the University of Southern California by doing this scavenger hunt. 1. Doheny Library offers special exhibits on the ground floor of the library. Briefly describe an exhibit on the ground floor of Doheny to be found in either the David Wolper Center or in the lobby area . 2. Provide the names of the men whose statues are on the top of Bovard. John Wesley, Matthew Simpson, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Marcus Tullius Cicero, Plato, Phillips Brooks, and Borden P. Bowne 3. Provide the names and ethnicity and religious affiliations of the three founders of USC. Ozro W. Childs: Protestant John Gately Downey: Irish-Catholic Isaias W. Hellman: German-Jewish 4. Provide the name of a course in the fall 2009 USC Schedule of Classes that has Los Angeles or California in the title besides “Los Angeles and the American Dream.” ARLT 101g Los Angeles: The Fiction 5. Provide the names of five religious institutions that can be found within 1 mile of campus. 1. Hilliel Jewish Center 2. USC Catholic Center 3. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints 4. First Baptist Church 5. Mount St. Mary’s College 6. Provide the name and briefly describe the political scandal that involved Edward Doheny. Edward Doheny was involved in the Teapot Dome Scandal where he was accused of offering a $100,000 bribe to Albert B. Fall, the Secretary of the Interior, to secure drilling rights without competitive bidding to the Elk Hills Naval Petroleum Reserve in central California. 7. Describe the primary business activity of Mark Taper.
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Financier, real estate developer, and philanthropist 8. Provide the title of a book by Upton Sinclair that is set in Southern California in the 1920s and features a student at Southern Pacific University who is the son of a man who made a fortune in oil. Oil!
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2009 for the course AMST 301g taught by Professor Gustafson during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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