Steve Cimino is an associate editor at USC University Communications.
Stories by Steve Cimino:
🎧 Predicting the future of sustainability at USC
To commemorate Earth Day 2021, Ellen Dux of the USC Office of Sustainability envisions the next 10 years of green upgrades, including the ones Trojans want to see most.
🎧 How the 1918 flu pandemic can inform our COVID-19 future
As vaccinations increase, many Americans are starting to wonder when the pandemic will “end.” David Sloane of USC Price provides historical insight by comparing and contrasting our COVID response with the 1918 outbreak.
🎧 Envisioning L.A. housing in a post-COVID world
From increased density to neighborhood development, John Dutton of the USC School of Architecture predicts what Los Angeles will look like after the pandemic.
Amid COVID-19, USC’s mindfulness classes bring peace via Zoom
Now more than ever, people need a way to de-stress and lessen their anxiety. For many at USC and beyond, the answer has been practicing mindfulness.
USC 2019 | The year in athletics: Crosstown Cup captured and records broken on land and sea
✌ Year in review: From the first USC Pac-12 title in women’s lacrosse to four NCAA championship runners-up, Trojans made their presence felt across the collegiate sporting world.
Earl Paysinger, USC vice president of civic engagement and community leader, 64
As a police officer and later a university administrator, he worked tirelessly to strengthen the bonds between L.A. residents and their neighborhoods.
What’s it like to bike to work in Los Angeles?
An editor at USC University Communications shares the risks and rewards of his daily, eco-friendly commute from downtown L.A. to the University Park Campus.
Making his first film pushed this producer to get his USC Marshall MBA
Sam Mantell spent almost three years producing, editing and selling a documentary about being homeless in Los Angeles. His biggest takeaway? Understanding the business side of entertainment is key.
Law student by day, news-breaking NBA insider by night
Meet Arye Abraham, the only student at the USC Gould School of Law with more than 38,000 Twitter followers and dozens of NBA contacts in his cellphone.