Ty Hawkins (Specialized Journalism '16) discusses his Winter Break job, and how he got the job through the Annenberg Advantage.
In recent years media coverage of racism on college campuses has increased awareness of diversity issues and microaggressions at institutions of higher education across the nation. While media headlines have sparked conversation, it is the the work of various students groups and clubs that have brought these issues to the forefront. At USC, #diverSCity is an editorial project launched by...
This fall, the recently-launched Annenberg Media has settled into the Media Center, as well, and though its name is still becoming known around campus, it’s already gained viral fame.
Over the summer, USC Annenberg professor Dan Birman and alumnae Jenna Pittaway and Ashley Velez went on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Israel.
USC Annenberg students are known for being busy both on-campus and off-, but for senior Robby Kolanz (Broadcast and Digital Journalism ‘16), busy takes on a whole new meaning when football season rolls around each fall.
That’s because Kolanz has been...
Students from Communication and Technology High School filed into the Julie Chen/Leslie Moonves and CBS Media Center on the morning of Nov. 13 for a day of journalism workshops.
Daniel Tran (M.S. Journalism '16) discusses USC Annenberg's hands-on master's program.
Monica Castillo was drawn to USC Annenberg’s Specialized Journalism (The Arts) master’s program because of her passion for film criticism.