Vulnerable Groups Came First in USC’s COVID-19 Vaccination Efforts

November 3, 2021USC News

Maria Saravia was so terrified of exposing her parents to COVID-19 that she would shower thoroughly after her shift at the hospital before going home. And [...]

New center at USC Annenberg dedicated to creating a pathway of diverse young researchers

October 28, 2021USC News

REDIRECT Tasked with recording threats to mental and physical health in her South Los Angeles neighborhood, Samantha Reyes took note of small details -- and [...]

Helping students explore Asian American history

October 20, 2021USC News

REDIRECT The Marvel film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has been an enormous hit. For one group of USC Annenberg students, at [...]

Master’s student speaks out on funding for historically Black colleges and universities

October 11, 2021USC News

REDIRECT Gabrielle Chenault got into journalism because she wanted to tell impactful stories about underrepresented communities. She got her first chance to do just that [...]

USC professor records the Latinx voices missing from the COVID conversation

September 30, 2021USC News

Professor Laura Isabel Serna is a cultural historian whose work has focused on media culture in Mexican immigrant communities within the United States and in Mexico, [...]

New generation of advocates uses photojournalism to illuminate life in L.A.

September 29, 2021USC News

Haley Santibanez started out in photography as a kid by shooting a popular subject in social media: cats. Today, the 17-year-old from El Sereno is a [...]

How Mexico offered freedom to the enslaved people of the antebellum South

September 23, 2021USC News

The Underground Railroad offered a path to freedom for enslaved people of the antebellum South. But there was another way out: Thousands of slaves fled south [...]

New USC center focuses on issues affecting Latinx communities

September 20, 2021USC News

REDIRECT Juan De Lara spent his childhood traveling throughout the Western United States with his parents, who were migrant farm workers. His family, like many [...]

New assistant dean of diversity, equity and inclusion at USC Gould envisions a path to healing

September 16, 2021USC News

REDIRECT When Nickey Woods was interviewing for the inaugural position of Assistant Dean of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at the USC Gould School of Law, [...]

USC Gould sets records for diversity and quality of incoming law students

September 15, 2021USC News

REDIRECT to The USC Gould School of Law recently welcomed the JD Class of 2024 -- an accomplished cohort which set new academic milestones and [...]