The United States Air Force Band surprised museum visitors with a performance of holiday classics.

"

I am a scientist - I seek to understand me
all of my impurities and evils yet unknown
I am a journalist - I write to you to show you
I am an incurable
and nothing else behaves like me

and I know what’s right
but I’m losing sight
of the clues for which I search and choose
to abuse
to just unlock my mind
yeah, and just unlock my mind

I am a pharmacist
prescriptions I will fill you
potions, pills and medicines
to ease your painful lives
I am a lost soul
I shoot myself with rock & roll
the hole i dig is bottomless
but nothing else can set me free

and i know what’s right
but i’m losing sight
of the clues for which I search and choose
to abuse
to just unlock my mind
yeah, and just unlock my mind

I am a scientist - I seek to understand me
I am an incurable and nothing else behaves like me

everything is right
everything works out right
everything fades from sight
because that’s alright with me

"
I am a Scientist, Guided by Voices
"We live in the world by changing it."
— Rick Potts

Whether as a defense against predators, a source of magical strength, or as a lethal weapon used as lifesaving treatment, the story of poison is surprising at every turn. The Power of Poison, a special exhibition that opens November 16, 2013, explores poisonou€™s paradoxical roles in nature, human health and history, literature, and myth.

USC Dornsife’s Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration co-hosts an event honoring Hillary Rodham Clinton with an award presented by the Mexican American Leadership Initiative (MALI) and the U.S.-Mexico Foundation.