Ty Hawkins MA Specialized Journalism '16 talks about his experience in the nine-month program and where he hopes the Trojan Family Network leads him.
MA Specialized Journalism (The Arts) graduate Monica Castillo talks about her trip to Cuba where her final project and thesis switched from covering a film festival in Havana to a personal essay on her roots to the island country. She also talks about her new job writing for the New York Times "Watching" team.
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In the third and final episode of Neha Wadekar's Master Class series, she describes what it was like to travel to Jordan to report on the Syrian refugee crisis. Wadekar took time off during her nine-month MS Journalism course to pursue and report on the story.
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Neha Wadekar (MS Journalism '16) discusses how the first half of the nine-month graduate program affected her skill set. How her capstone project will take her to Jordan to cover the Syrian refugee crisis, and how the instruction she has received has helped guide her along the way.
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Interviewed in May just before commencement, M.S. Journalism graduate Daniel Tran, reflects on his final project and identifies things he might have done differently and which professors helped him along in the process.
Monica Castillo talks about her upcoming trip to Cuba to attend the Cuban Film Festival. It will be a two pronged assignment for her as she will see how the digital revolution is shaping film making on the island while she will visit family she has never met before.
Ty Hawkins (Specialized Journalism '16) discusses his Winter Break job, and how he got the job through the Annenberg Advantage.
Daniel Tran (M.S. Journalism '16) speaks about his first three months at USC Annenberg.