Retired teacher, mother, and widow Jackie Loomis reflects on making a difference.
Shreya Ranganath connected with Kal Penn after his appearance at the L.A. Times Festival of Books for an exclusive conversation about his seriously funny new memoir, “You Can’t Be Serious.”
Both on stage and off, Tila dishes about his food journey, shows gratitude for those who came before him and expresses a deep love for Southeast Asian heritage.
How to unravel the yoga industrial complex and cultivate a conscious practice.
After three years of virtual attendance, the largest literary event in the U.S. will host over 150,000 book-lovers while featuring artists, authors, musicians, chefs and other notable guests.
The student-run USC concert featured Dominic Fike and other performers at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Students share their plans and concerns ahead of the first unmodified spring break since pre-pandemic days.
With eight fewer televised categories and seven USC alumni nominees, SCA and Annenberg students discuss the award show’s impact on their careers.
USC commencement to include in-person and virtual experiences
When and where to get boosted around campus — even after having COVID-19.
As the social networks remain offline, students and experts share how the outage has affected our ability to communicate.
Recently, a USC student was involved in a serious accident while riding a Lime scooter. We spoke to students about the safety of these electric scooters and whether they will continue to trust them for their daily commute. Sam Reno has more.
It’s Latinx Heritage Month and all month long, Annenberg Media will bring you stories of students, faculty, and staff who are making a difference within their communities.