USC Students to Host Visit from President Barack H. Obama, 44th president of the United States.
He will speak at the University of Southern California October 22 at 1:30 on USC's University Park Campus. South Los Angeles is becoming a favorite stopover
for the president.
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Obama's appearance will be hosted by the USC Political Student Assembly, which encompasses 25 politically oriented student groups.
According to the release: Obama is expected to make public remarks at McCarthy Quad, near USC's historic Doheny Library, a site that has previously seen speeches delivered by sitting President Gerald R. Ford and by aspiring presidential candidates John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon.
Obama also previously spoke at USC, in October 2006, while serving as a U.S. senator.
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U.S. Presidents, Former Presidents, and Presidential Hopefuls at USC
William Howard Taft
(president, 1911; former president, 1915)
(former president, 1933)
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
(senator and presidential hopeful, 1959 and 1960)
Richard M. Nixon
(presidential hopeful, 1960)
Dwight David Eisenhower
(former president, 1963)
Hubert H. Humphrey
(vice-presidential hopeful, 1964)
Gerald R. Ford
(president, 1976; former president, 1977)
(president, 1984; former president, 1989)
John Edwards, John Kerry, Dennis J. Kucinich, and Rev. Al Sharpton
(Democratic presidential hopefuls, 2004)
Barack H. Obama
(U.S. Senator, 2006)