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Richard Reeves, a renowned longtime faculty member at USC Annenberg and one of the country’s premier chroniclers of the Kennedy, Nixon and Reagan presidencies, has died at the age of 83. A prolific political journalist for The New York Times, New York Magazine, and Esquire, Reeves wrote one of the most seminal works on John F. Kennedy, President Kennedy: Profile of Power , which was...
Ed Cray, prolific author, expert in American folklore and beloved professor emeritus of journalism, died on Oct. 8 at the age of 86. An award-winning writer and mentor to faculty and students alike, Cray was esteemed for his nonfiction work, including biographies of folk singer Woody Guthrie and Chief Justice Earl Warren.
Patricia Dean, accomplished broadcast journalist, professor of professional practice and former associate director of USC Annenberg’s School of Journalism, died on Nov. 17 at the age of 72. A lifelong mentor to colleagues and students alike, Dean nurtured and inspired many throughout her career spanning more than four decades.
She might have left her position as an assistant managing editor for the Los Angeles Times and head of the paper’s politics team, but new USC Annenberg faculty member Christina Bellantoni is hardly getting a break from the politics beat during this election cycle.