USC athetics director Eric Hyman prepares to tour the university's new Academic Enrichment Center - "The Dodie," Wednesday, January 20, 2010. The new building was made possible by a multimillion dollar gift by namesake Delores Anderson.
USC athetics director Eric Hyman prepares to tour the university's new Academic Enrichment Center - "The Dodie," Wednesday, January 20, 2010. The new building was made possible by a multimillion dollar gift by namesake Delores Anderson.
USC athetics director Eric Hyman prepares to tour the university's new Academic Enrichment Center - "The Dodie," Wednesday, January 20, 2010. The new building was made possible by a multimillion dollar gift by namesake Delores Anderson.

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