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Chandrea Miller

Chandrea Miller is a public communications specialist in the USC provost’s office.

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Trojan Vision USC television
Trojan Vision at work (clockwise from top left): The Water Cooler showrunner Lauren Merola on set; Michelle Askew and Sully Zach host The Breakdown; The Breakdown showrunner Julianne Fox; and the cast of The Water Cooler during a live shot. (Photo/Courtesy of The Water Cooler, Courtesy of Trojan Vision, Courtesy of Julianne Fox, and Chandrea Miller)

When USC’s TV station halted production, students and faculty moved their shows to Zoom

Some students literally wept when they found out Trojan Vision was shutting down. Then they started flexing their creative muscles and figuring out how they could get back on the air.

USC art museum online
The Viterbi Museum in Tutor Hall displays revolutionary digital and electric devices that the school’s namesake, Andrew Viterbi, pioneered — equipment that connects cellphone technology to the internet. (Photo/Gus Ruelas)

Through technology, USC’s museums and galleries keep people connected to the arts

For the first time in its more than 80-year history, the USC Fisher Museum of Art has closed its doors. Yet the museums and galleries of USC remain conduits to the arts for many.

Audrey Daly military family scholarship
Audrey Daly spent her childhood on military bases and wasn't sure where she wanted to attend college, until she applied for the USC Provost’s Pre-College Scholarship for Military Families. (USC Photo/Ron Mackovich)

Unique scholarship turns higher ed dream into reality for kids from military families

High school students from military families aren’t always sure what to expect from college. That’s where the USC Provost’s Pre-College Scholarship for Military Families comes in.