The survey showcased some positive improvements in the number of Latinx reporters and women in sports, but continues to display shortcomings in representation.
Journalism schools should work to recognize the past and break the cycle.
Immigrant and marginalized people are being laid off the most during the pandemic, and USC is no exception
Immigrant and Black and brown communities are some of the most impacted by the coronavirus and make up the biggest unemployment number.
The University should look to implement tools to combat Zoom fatigue like 10 minute breaks in classes longer than one hour.
Using antithesis-based language to describe hateful movements invalidates and unveils inaccurate perceptions.
A surge in young voters is something that many people have predicted since 2018, but newsrooms’ surprise showcases a bigger problem of an insufficient youth perspective in journalism.
The mainstream movement is well-intentioned but overgeneralizes experiences.
Diversifying the Daily Trojan staff is the only way to accurately report on and represent marginalized communities
Journalism often runs the risk of misrepresentation and generalizing marginalized communities due to lack of representation — the Daily Trojan is no exception.
Diversity and inclusion initiatives are based on the idea of assimilating marginalized groups — not on celebrating diversity.
Although the fall semester is remote, the feelings of culture shock and impostor syndrome are still alive and well — and negatively impacting underrepresented students.