USC in the News

December 8, 2021

Huntington-USC Institute

  • Los Angeles Times | ‘A parallel Hollywood story’: How L.A.’s oil boom shaped the city we know today | Becky Nicolaides interviewed


  • NBC4 | Long Beach Confirms Case of Omicron COVID Variant | School mentioned
  • Inside Higher Ed | Huge coaching contracts—unjustifiable or business as usual? | School featured
  • Inside Higher Ed | University of Southern California Student Has Omicron Variant | School mentioned
  • Los Angeles Times and LAist | L.A. approves its redistricting map, setting political boundaries for the next decade | School noted
  • PBS | After pandemic pause, more incoming college students may face sexual assault risks | School noted

USC Annenberg School

  • Los Angeles Times | Are skateboarders really solving the world’s problems, one trick at a time? |  Neftalie Williams quoted
  • Los Angeles Daily News | Foundation spending in politics and journalism poses risk | Center for Health Journalism mentioned 

USC Dornsife College

  • City News Service, KABC-LA, KFI-AM, KNX-AM, KPCC-FM, KPBS-FM, KQED-FM, and KCRW-FM | Survey Finds Bad Air Quality Kept Many LACo Residents Indoors at Times in 2021 | USC Dornsife-Union Bank LABarometer survey and Kyla Thomas highlighted 
  • KPCC-FM | 80 Years After Pearl Harbor, How Do Our Memories Of The Day “Which Will Live In Infamy” Evolve? | Susan Kamei featured

USC Libraries

  • KCET-TV | When L.A. Drove in the Dark: SoCal During World War I | USC Libraries featured

USC Marshall School

  • Inside Higher Ed | Making Your Research Applicable for Mainstream Audiences | Kalinda Ukanwa noted