As college campuses have shifted online this past year due to Covid-19, students are learning how to navigate a new virtual environment where harassment, manipulation, and power dynamics can all look very different, and where Zoom calls from bed can blur the boundaries between the personal and the professional.
Advice to the next class of ATVN producers, à la the 10 guiding jewels.
AKA: If you work for USC Annenberg admissions, please admit more Asians to journalism.
Using Myers–Briggs to understand, and solve, my shortcomings as a television news producer.
Or, the joy of having a very specific and sort of questionable vision, then doing everything in my producing power to make it happen.
USC students are under a lot of pressure and stress as it is. With lease renewal looming, some popular living complexes are contributing to the burden.
While some professors and students feel frustrated, others support the change due to concerns about privacy and racial bias.
Shroom dealers, hemp farmers, and student activists react to measures to legalize marijuana and decriminalize hard drugs.
Tracking all breaking news related to the presidential race.
What we’re watching and covering at Annenberg Media this Nov. 3.
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Out of all the Asian groups surveyed, Vietnamese was the only one that still swang right, reminding young liberal Viet voters of their disconnect from their parents’ views.
USC students and faculty react to the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and the profound legacy she left behind.
Trapped with a stranger for a set amount of time, Uber and Lyft rides present an opportunity for very low-stakes, almost anonymous conversations about life and politics.
Understanding the Anti-Immigrant Immigrant