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 https://annenberg.usc.edu/news/research-and-impact/new-center-usc-annenberg-dedicated-creating-pipeline-young-researchers 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 https://annenberg.usc.edu/news/classroom-and-beyond/new-journalism-course-explores-asian-american-history 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 https://annenberg.usc.edu/news/career-paths/masters-student-speaks-out-better-hbcu-funding 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 https://dornsife.usc.edu/news/stories/3545/juan-de-lara-latinx-latin-american-studies-center/ 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 https://gould.usc.edu/about/news/?id=4885 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 https://gould.usc.edu/about/news/?id=4896 The USC Gould School of Law recently welcomed the JD Class of 2024 -- an accomplished cohort which set new academic milestones and [...]