What to focus on and how to survive as future producing students
It was the first timeI was trying something new as a producer for our newscast. Instead I learned one of my biggest lessons in broadcasting: to expect the unexpected.
A man charged for murder waits for his trial in LA County Jail during the pandemic. One of the largest jail systems in the country which sparks concerns about violating constitutional rights.
As “cuffing season” approaches, USC students seek to make love connections through a new student-made match-making questionnaire.
Instead of a live production, USC theatrical design students created a digital website that hosts stories from students, faculty and staff about their pandemic experiences.
USC students weigh in as mail-in voting offers convenience and potential complications.
School of Dramatic Arts production and design students address voter suppression through a USPS mailbox installation piece and an immersive digital maze.
Students weigh in on how the TikTok’s rocky road toward possible prohibition has affected them.
“AffordableSC gives me hope that I can stay a Trojan”
Nine different noise complaints during the first half of September caused USC's administration and Department of Public Safety to differentiate between noise complaints and social distancing violations.
USC Student Health assures that information collected during contact tracing is not shared with Student Affairs.
Although data shows cases in California are decreasing, USC Health officials are concerned Labor Day weekend gatherings may aggravate COVID-19 cases.