It’s a sunny Los Angeles day. Professor of Communication François Bar has brought a new cruiser bike, along with its curious cart, to Sixth Street at San Pedro Street, where some unhoused Skid Row residents have come to know him by name. He isn’t out for a leisurely ride; the cart is an experiment designed with and for the homeless residents as a means to bring more electric power and internet accessibility to the area
Students create media for social change — with help from their professors, VICE Media and Gloria Steinem.
Feminism provided me with the framework I needed to respond to this dissonance as I constantly reasserted my power and agency. But it wasn’t until I examined my feminism in an academic context at USC Annenberg that I understood the different intersections of my identity and how...
Her memoir explores the borders between Mexico and the United States, sanity and madness, science and mysticism, father and daughter.
How authenticity of Instagram models affects buying decisions.
A single bare bulb illuminates clothes on hangers, shoes tucked into corners and small foam panels, artfully arranged to dull the sound of traffic passing outside her Los Angeles apartment. Paola Mardo stands inside, door closed, speaking into a mic clipped to a stand. A recorder perched atop a folded stack of shirts monitors sound levels. Mardo begins reading her script from the iPhone she holds
The monolithic, three-story media wall in the lobby of Wallis Annenberg Hall serves as an easy visual metaphor: Its towering presence always conveys that you’re at the center of something. When big news is breaking, USC Annenberg students, faculty and staff know they can gather to witness it here — especially if that news is about national politics. During the 2016 election season, all three...
The co-creator of the social networking app Grindr constructs creative career choices for himself.
Media innovator, entrepreneur and CEO Maverick Carter encouraged the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism’s Class of 2019 to not be afraid to bet big on themselves.