Medical assistant turned gardening extraordinaire Sandra Mejia’s plant oasis seeks to inspire and build a community of plant lovers within South Los Angeles.
The year-long program will direct over $1 million of funding toward L.A. community college students facing housing insecurity.
Environmental activist Ron Finley gave a presentation as part of USC’s Earth Week Celebration.
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The artist serenaded audiences with a rendition of her song for “King Richard,” paying homage to the Williams family.
The Air Force program at USC will start collaborating with the Space Force as a part of their academic partnership program.
Nelly Cristales, a South Los Angeles-based teacher, used games and giggles to help her students focus.
A Russian historian discusses the culture surrounding the attacks, plus a consultant in Kyiv speaks on her experience.
A week before voting begins, the USG election commission confirmed two write-in tickets for the 2022 USG presidential race.
Some students say little has changed a year after Christopher Manning was hired but others believe that DEI initiatives take time to implement.
An open letter signed by more than 800 faculty members calls for cost of living adjustments to salaries.
USC is better prepared for COVID-19 at this stage of the pandemic with more than 600 hotel spaces to safely isolate — but with varying levels of extravagance.
Taking home eight wins overall, USC’s Annenberg Media showed out on this night honoring student and professional journalism.
2025: a year that seems way in the future, but somehow it’s a benchmark that’s already breaking barriers for USC. The class of 2025, also known as the current freshman class, is the most diverse group of students this campus has ever seen.
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.