USC Village construction workers ring in longtime Trojan tradition with Victory Bell

December, 2016

Hathaway Dinwiddie Superintendent Ron Bayek rings the Victory Bell.”

We dedicate this occasion to the hundreds of men and women building this monumental new part of USC,” said Trojan Knights leader Alex Bosch.

The Victory Bell is a long standing tradition of the USC-UCLA rivalry dating back to 1942! The winner of the game keeps the Victory Bell for a year. This year, USC came out on top and the celebration was led by the 550 construction workers who have been working tirelessly to bring the USC Village to life.

Hathaway Dinwiddie is honored to be part of the Trojan family.

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