The furniture and finishings in Doheny Memorial Library's Nazarian Corridor have been refreshed thanks to a generous gift from Town and Gown of the University of Southern California. Located on the building's east side, next to Literatea, the corridor is a popular study space among USC students and doubles as a convenient ground-floor entrance to Doheny Library (as well as the ground-floor Music and Cinematic Arts libraries within). The enhancements were unveiled at an August 17 reception recognizing the Town and Gown leadership who made the renovation possible.
The corridor's restoration follows updates to two other campus library spaces. Last fall, the Library for International & Public Affairs and Architecture & Fine Arts Library reopened with new flooring, seating, and compact shelving.