On Sunday, June 28, 2015, The Los Angeles Press Club nominated over 50 pieces of USC Annenberg student media and honored Director Willow Bay with the Joseph M. Quinn Award.
The Los Angeles Press Club recently announced the finalists for the 57th SoCal Journalism Awards 2015, and USC Annenberg's student outlets have a total of 55 nominations. Their nominations are so expansive, in some categories USC Annenberg students are competing against one another.
After two grueling weeks of finals, 16 USC Annenberg students set off in the first ever New York City Maymester career trek . During the two weeks, we were able to meet and talk with amazing media figures, such as Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington, NBA Commissioner...
Courtesy of Will Federman
Amid half-filled moving boxes, cat shelves lining the walls, and the company of three cats, Will Federman — a recent journalism graduate of USC Annenberg — recalls his two-year stay at USC.
His is an unconventional tale of perseverance, which began with rejection.
“USC accepted me, but Annenberg...
It’s become a rite of passage for students in the spring semester — find an internship that will give them that ever-important “work experience,” possibly laying the foundation for long and prosperous careers post-graduation. Lauren Wong is no exception, but her search unearthed an opportunity with the most dominant social media platform in existence.
New series by USC Annenberg students, GlobalPost and Fusion tells the stories of young Central American migrants
One year after a record-setting wave of young, unaccompanied minors surged from Central America into the United States, a new multimedia project by USC Annenberg student reporters reveals the economic, political and social ramifications of the influx.
“Far From Home” is a deep-dive series of stories told in text...
Sinduja Rangarajan knew about data and digital journalism, but she didn’t quite put all the pieces together until she spent the past two years in USC Annenberg’s M.A. in Journalism program.