COMMENCEMENT: To reach his goal of becoming a conflict photographer, Yannick Peterhans realized he had to become a better journalist and utilized a master's degree in specialized journalism to get there.
A picture is worth more than 1,000 words, and it can also bring back countless memories. Take a look at this gallery featuring our favorite images from 2022 and see what comes to mind.
A paid internship program offered by USC Dornsife’s Wrigley Institute for Environmental Studies trains students to communicate scientific research to the public.
Partly funded by a grant from the USC Good Neighbors Campaign, the Digital Promotoras program helps students tell the local stories that matter to them.
Artist Richelle Gribble is leading the collection of materials that could help future generations understand the impact of this global pandemic. The capsule will be sent to the moon by 2022.
With commencement a week away, graduate Tola Oseni reflects on her use of graphic design, music and video to share untold stories and open the art world to previously excluded groups.
Justin Brice Guariglia’s work, on display at the USC Fisher Museum of Art, captures gorgeous images of glaciers as they melt away forever.
Star Montana discovered photography during a tumultuous time. Now it’s an integral part of her life as she pursues an MFA at the USC Roski School of Art and Design.
Dentist Barry Shaffer shoots striking pictures in the Himalayas — a land of ancient monasteries and sweeping vistas.
USC research fellow works with award-winning photographer on project they hope can kick off a conversation on how society views justice.