Stories by Greg Asciutto:
State of the Union coverage attracts Trojans to USC Annenberg
“Encouraging political awareness among the student body is big,” said Haran Sivakumar, director of internal affairs for the USC College Republicans.
Journalism Forum spotlights role of public diplomacy in Olympics buildup
Controversies surrounding international LGBT rights and National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden’s political asylum have further muddied the waters.
Award-winning producer to guide TV news into new era
Stacy Scholder takes over the student-produced broadcast news organization for newly appointed Annenberg Media Center Executive Director Serena Cha.
Alhambra police build interactive bridge with Chinese community
Alhambra Source launched a groundbreaking social media partnership with the Alhambra Police Department this month.
Trojans to serve as fellows of national academy
Three Trojans have been selected as fellows-elect of the National Academy of Public Administration, an independent, nonpartisan organization that works in a consultative capacity with federal officials.
USC forum reflects on potential of Google Glass
Google Glass, a revolutionary product that uses a lens to immerse users in the digital world, provided a possible view into the future of storytelling.
USC Annenberg urges freshmen to shape the future of media
USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism faculty and administrators welcomed the class of 2017.
Students size up Cuba — a country frozen in time
USC students studied the shifting political, social and economic landscapes in Cuba for the second consecutive summer as the result of a collaboration of three schools.
Is it the right time for augmented reality?
Professor Robert Hernandez is navigating the uncharted waters of journalism school to introduce the two-unit course “Augmented Reality & Journalism” this fall.
Summer@USC offers newsroom newbies the complete experience
High school students have traded in the rest and relaxation of summertime for a pen, notepad and an intensive journalism experience under the direction of Alan Mittelstaedt,
Israeli ambassador talks Iran, US-Israel relations
The USC Center on Public Diplomacy at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism hosted Michael Oren, Israel’s ambassador to the United States.
Student media cover presidential debate
A live screening of the first presidential debate drew a crowd of more than 350 members of the Trojan community to the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
USC students find Cuba to be a country of contradictions
Twenty USC students traveled to Havana this summer for a 10-day study of the island’s political, economic and social conditions.