In the Internet age, producing quality journalism that’s in touch with students is crucial.
Facebook’s recent IPO, with its shares initially priced at $38, put the company’s total valuation at about $100 billion, a value representing about one-fifth of that of the world’s most valuable company, Apple. At that price (which it no longer trades at), the company would also be worth about three times more than LinkedIn, Twitter, […]
Through gaming competitions, Grantoo offers students the chance to win college scholarships and support charities.
There doesn’t seem to be an explanation, not an adequate one anyway. Four broadcasters — whose names were not made available — showed up to the Coliseum on a surprisingly blustery Saturday afternoon to audition for USC’s public address announcer opening. Over the four periods during the annual spring game, the quartet rotated, each sitting […]
USC alumna and newly hired professor Michal Temkin Martinez speaks about her experience.
American Reunion matures with its iconic characters but stays true to the original vulgar humor its known for in the first place.
Lost Angeles blogger and founder Zack Jerome says bloggers should not have sponsored posts.
A recent Pew Study found 36 percent of young adults heard about Kony 2012 through the Internet.
Lori Andrews, author of I Know Who You Are and I Saw What You Did: Social Networks and the Death of Privacy, spoke about social media’s effect on privacy and her proposed social media constitution Monday at the Geoffrey Cowan Forum in the Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Andrews, a professor and associate vice president […]
Some students say their Facebook doesn’t accurately depict their personality.