USC in the News

USC In the News 4/27/2018

The Washington Post published a review on a poetry collection by Carol Muske-Dukes of the USC Dornsife College. "Blue Rose" is "fearless throughout," according to the reviewer. Most of the poems are about current issues and women silently pushing against societal norms. "The intensity of these poems — which seek to know more about the lives of others and our world — is difficult to forget," the reviewer wrote.

The New York Times (in an Associated Press story) quoted Marty Kaplan of the USC Annenberg School's Norman Lear Center on how Bill Cosby's conviction will impact his legacy as an entertainer.

KPCC-FM's "Take Two" interviewed Jim Moore of the USC Viterbi School on whether a gondola to Dodger Stadium would significantly improve traffic in the area.

The Atlantic's "City Lab" quoted Lisa Schweitzer of the USC Price School about the practicality of policies that assume low-income earners will spend less on transportation if they live near transit hubs.

San Francisco Chronicle quoted Kyler Mayer of the USC Marshall School on why success in the corporate and nonprofit worlds commonly leads to excusing some undesirable behaviors.

The Washington Post cited comments by Ben Carrington of the USC Annenberg School on why a pardon for the late athlete Jack Johnson would be symbolic.

CBS News Los Angeles affiliate KCBS-TV and The Eastsider LA mentioned Laura Mosqueda is the new dean of the Keck School of Medicine of USC.

Honolulu Star Advertiser mentioned research by Stacy Smith of the USC Annenberg School's Inclusion Initiative on the underrepresentation of women and minorities in the film industry.

Science Mic and The Independent (UK) cited research by Stacy Smith, Marc Choueiti and Kate Pieper of the USC Annenberg School's Inclusion Initiative that tracked the gender and race of performers, writers and producers across the pop music charts and Grammy Awards.