The co-creator of the social networking app Grindr constructs creative career choices for himself.
Letters to my dad: A grad student creates an audio documentary using letters to and from her incarcerated father
For Melissa Dueñas, Father’s Day is a particularly poignant holiday. From the time she was two and a half years old until she turned 20, her father was in and out of prison. From her childhood through her teen years, Dueñas wrote him letters, sometimes weekly, sometimes monthly, later only a few times a year, until he died in 2017.
We stood wide-eyed in front of Nike West’s newest building in Culver City. The unmarked office looked like a futuristic airplane hangar from the outside. Inside, Nike running shoes, painted the colors of the rainbow, adorned one of the walls in the foyer. It was the only hint this was Nike’s headquarters. I would have taken a photo — if it wasn’t for the nondisclosure agreements we signed as we entered.
A new study examines the ecosystem of the animation industry and finds pluses and minuses for women in the field.
He sees opportunities for USC to strengthen connections with alumni and build in values.
Interested in the broader questions about sports? Ben Carrington, associate professor of sociology and journalism, examines how race, mass media, and popular culture play roles in what happens on the field and the effect of sports on society.
Caroline Wohl is working an event inside Goop’s brick-and-mortar shop at the Brentwood Country Mart, just east of Santa Monica. As she sets up for a small crowd, the guest speaker, a dermatologist, is talking about the future of non-toxic beauty products.
The USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism has launched its first summer reporting internship program as it aims to teach, train and inspire the next generation of ethical, intellectually rigorous journalists.