The Emmys failed to follow through historic nominations with wins, sending artists of color home empty handed.
Akm Alam, owner of Quik-Pix Photo Lab, reflects on the decades he has spent preserving memories for the USC community.
Here’s what retail investors are doing and why you should care.
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.
Recently, NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, gained widespread attention in popular culture and the media. They have entered the worlds of entertainment, sports, business and now, even journalism. In 2020, the NFT market brought in $250 million in sales, according to a report by Forbes.
London Fashion Week is known for being the most experimental of all the fashion weeks and features many up-and-coming designers. Starting Feb. 19, designers joined the digital space to showcase their new looks for the fall and winter. If you weren’t able to watch the shows, here are some of the biggest takeaways from this year’s week.
After nearly a decade of releasing music, Ariana Grande has made history with the drop of her first deluxe album. “Positions Deluxe” keeps things fun, flirty and casual, but that’s nothing that surprises Grande’s fanbase. With four new bonus songs, each clocking at around two minutes long, Grande adds a new dimension to “Positions.”
Even if you’re not in love (pun intended) with these heart-warming flicks, this column will help shed light on how Hollywood is adding a new depth to this idealistic and cliché-heavy genre, revitalizing it into a new-age breed that fits the needs of modern audiences.
Día de los Muertos, which translates to “Day of the Dead” in English, is a Mexican holiday for families and communities to celebrate the life and death of their ancestors. This year, the COVID-19 pandemic makes Día de los Muertos all the more significant.
As streaming services begin to thrive amid quarantine and lockdowns, movie theaters face unprecedented challenges
Despite all odds against them, Black artists, Indigenous artists and artists of color continue to create during the pandemic through innovation and grants.
A group of men dressed casually in jeans and t-shirts lounge and play poker as their hands deal cards. The parked vans with their business numbers written on the windows replace the crowds that once gathered around them. The sound of passing cars can be heard driving down East 1st Street. But where have all the mariachis gone?
While some artists are using quarantine to record and write music, USC DJ Rafi is “mastering mix” by experimenting with new DJ equipment to explore new ways to enhance the electronic dance music he produces. Rafael Caro, known as DJ Rafi, is a USC Business Administration and Music Industry alumnus.
As USC transitions to online and remote courses, religious groups on campus also moved their discussion groups and events online to build a supportive community amid a divided period.
Jason Cabell finished his mainstream directorial debut with the film “Running with the Devil,” starring Nicolas Cage and Laurence Fishburne. The film is inspired by Cabell’s service with the Navy SEALs, dealing with the drug trade.