Bian Dang, an online magazine created by a team featuring two USC alumni Jane Li, Carolyn Huang, Jason Hu, and Jessica Lin, is an exploration of the many relationships that I — along with many other Taiwanese-Americans — have with food. However, do not mistake their zine for an innocent celebration of food. The initial rise in anti-Asian American hate crimes at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and the way the topic has taken over the mainstream news cycle as incidents have risen is a sign that anything that celebrates Asian culture is political as well.
Producing for the first time wasn’t easy, but I would do it all again with my team.
Producing, especially on Election Day, is all about rolling with the punches.
Producing a newscast remotely isn’t harder, it’s just different.
Annenberg Media’s new Tuesday wellness segment encourages students to get moving in between Zoom calls.
Students from the School of Cinematic Arts have started a petition to pause the production tract if university classes were to be online in the fall.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, USC has extended the application period for Progressive Degree Programs for students graduating this summer and spring. Graduating seniors who are normally required to apply for the programs in their junior year and start in senior year now have until July 1 to complete the application.
Students and workers alike are practicing social distancing at home to reduce the spread of COVID-19. It’s left people who have countless hours on Instagram and Netflix to explore a new avenue they’ve never considered: video games.
USC Student Affairs has posted many virtual engagement oppurtunities for students to stay connected to campus while at home.
Students with federal work study are concerned about their financial stability given the university's recommendation to not return to campus after Spring break.
Stop Animal Exploitation Now, an animal advocacy organization, is accusing USC of abusing research animals, mainly rats and mice. A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge overheard arguments from both parties on Wednesday.
USC will host its fourth annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Week March 2-6 where speakers, lectures, workshops and more will help discusses and improve the current climate of the university.
Buttigieg discussed points of his platform and students were given the opportunity to ask the presidential candidate questions at USC.
Fiona Hill, a former national security adviser to President Trump, called the theory that Ukraine interfered with the 2016 election a “fictional narrative.”The counselor for political affairs at the US Embassy in Ukraine, David Holmes, also testified. He stated that Ukrainians felt pressure to conduct investigations that President Trump wanted in order to receive US aid.
A change in rating standards has raised the dam's status to "high urgency action"