A USC senior with industry and marking know-how creates a new department within the university TV station in order connect students with industry professionals.
Gail Katz has produced smash successes like Air Force One and The Perfect Storm. Now, she’s helping students at the USC School of Cinematic Arts embrace a new era of filmmaking.
Improvisation without limitation—A recent graduate of the USC Thornton School of Music mixes jazz with pop, hip hop and electronic music to create a unique sound.
For the first time since the TV station debuted back on September 15, 1997, programming will be completely revamped.
USC Bovard Scholars helps high-achieving students succeed at top-tier universities.
The Scheduled 2022 Historic Liftoff Marks the First Commercial Lunar Lander from the U.S. to the Moon.
USC Arts in Action, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy and community partners come together for the University Park Slow Jams Project, aimed at making the streets safer for pedestrians through choreographed intersection performance.
While serving his country, an Army specialist missed most of sister’s milestones—but not this time, thanks to a group of SCA students and their professor who made it their mission possible.
Upperclassmen and lowerclassmen were paired together to establish deliberate mentorships.
Three young and exciting USC faculty members are working together to combat Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and stroke through virtual reality.