Bollywood enters a new cinematic territory with the release of “Brahmāstra: Part One - Shiva,” but will big budgets and magnanimous special effects be enough to keep the movie afloat?
Joined by USC Pesident Carol Folt, and Dean of USC Annenberg Willow Bay, the USC Women's Conference marks the celebration of Women's History Month on campus.
Given the difficult year for women in the USC community because of the Sigma Nu assault allegations and the lawsuit with the former USC gynecologist, International Women’s Month and Day could have a new meaning for many. What can we learn from the events of this past year and how might we ensure a better future? Carter Hyde has the story.
The word game Wordle is taking the internet by storm. The New York Times recently purchased Wordle, making users question what the game’s future might look like.
The UC system will pay more than $243 million to alleged victims of sexual abuse at the hands of former gynecologist James Heaps. Some survivors recently spoke to this on a Facebook live stream.
This morning, the Motion Picture Academy released their nominations for the 94th Academy Awards taking place next month. Reporter Justin Heo spoke to USC students and professors about which nominations they are excited or surprised to see, which films they think were snubbed, and which are their picks to win. Fitz Cain has more on the story.
Dr. Sarah Van Orman says that spring COVID-19 plans depend on what students do now
Meet Anh Do, a LA Times reporter and Annenberg graduate, who shares her advice to student journalists on how to make it in the industry.
Newsom handily defeated his competitors, with a projected 67.5% of Californians voting no on a recall.
USC students are finding it difficult to work out with the limited spaces available for gym reservations.