Producing for the first time is NOT easy - but I would not have had it any other way.
I think it is really important to understand that as a member of a news organization, you have a responsibility to be as sensitive as possible.
Setting deadlines for yourself forces organization and time management - and you can’t go wrong with either of these skills on your day of production.
When working on a team to produce a newscast, everyone should be on the same page to create a successful show - especially when it’s all virtual.
With stay-at-home orders in place, residents of Los Angeles and Los Angeles county have been using their time at home to make masks. We spoke to Diane Tecotzky of Claremont and Jil Garcia of Los Angeles to hear about their processes and who they have helped.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren suspended her presidential campaign. She had disappointing returns on Super Tuesday. What’s next for Warren? Anisha Banerjee has some insight.
USC reporters speak to several experts about what coronavirus is and how to prevent spreading.
The sudden storm was unexpected for Helenes and Trojan Knights guarding statues around campus during Rivalry Week.
USC received a $260-million gift from the LORD Foundation of California Wednesday to fund research and teaching. The LORD foundation is divesting the funds it received from the recent sale of the LORD corporation based in North Carolina. The donation is one of the largest in American higher education history and the gift is expected to be distributed to USC in 2020 following legal approval.
After a series of student deaths this semester, USC Undergraduate and Graduate Student Councils hopes to join the community together to create a safer space going forward.
The festivities provide a fun, music-filled way to commemorate the popular holiday.
Due to aggressive Santa Ana Winds, power shutoffs affected both Northern and Central California, and Southern California might be next. In an attempt to prevent fires similar to those that devastated California last year, Southern California’s primary electricity supply company, Southern California Edison, has warned roughly 120,000 customers about a possible power shutoff in the coming days.Although the cause of last year’s Woolsey Fire, which destroyed 1,500 homes and killed three people, was linked to Edison’s equipment, many residents are still not convinced that shutting the power off is the right decision.
An event hosting Bernie Sanders at USC was cancelled Wednesday, following complications with the presidential candidate’s health.