For most college students, a typical weekend Instagram post might be a selfie at the big football game or brunch with friends. But for USC Annenberg senior Rachel Scott (B.A. Broadcast Journalism), a typical Instagram on Saturday, Oct. 3 was of her appointment at the White House, where she was the only college student selected to attend the...
Guy transferred this fall from a community college into the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Admission to a prestigious program like USC Annenberg’s had been the communication major’s dream — a lofty one considering he had no formal schooling beyond the third grade.
In August, 60 M.S. Journalism, Specialized Journalism and Specialized Journalism (The Arts) students spent four weeks before the fall semester in the USC Annenberg Summer Digital News Immersion program.
Every year at the Online News Association conference, twenty collegiate students are selected to participate in a Student Newsroom. This year, USC Annenberg student Meghan Coyle was among them.
In April, students received advice from USC Annenberg alum Bill Chandler, senior vice president of global corporate communication at Gap Inc.
While studying abroad in London this past semester, USC Annenberg student Kayla Anfang began the tedious process of applying for summer internships.