Innovative programs, new scholarships and a central location led to the recognition.
Nonny de la Peña, an Annenberg fellow at the School of Cinematic Arts, is working with game designers to bring journalism into virtual reality — a new field called “Immersive Journalism.” Watch to see how viewers experience an unfolding news event in first person.
The USC Games program combines cinema and engineering programs.
Discussion of the screenings highlighted the importance of social barriers within Mexico.
USG Assistant Director of University Affairs Danielle Norton is spearheading the effort to bring almond milk to campus coffee shops.
The program, spearheaded by Professor Ruth Weisberg, brings Israeli artists to campus.
Freshmen in the World Bachelor’s in Business program will study at three universities.
Thirty-four projects that were in progress this spring remain under construction.
First-time film ideas are faltering in the box office, with big budget films losing out in sales to sequels of more established franchises.
Students fight back after hearing two professors were put under review by the school.