“It’s no longer a niche thing,” says USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy alumna Amanda Curtis. “We’re doing this as part of our daily lives.”
COMMENCEMENT: In tribute to his homeland, graduating computer science student Omar Uraimov unveils first video game set in Kyrgyzstan at USC Games Expo.
Meet the digital creators who are using tech to make us feel a little more human.
The fund, named for one of the first Black engineers in games, was established in May to increase and representation in the games and tech industries.
Inspired by Mesoamerican art and culture, Sterling Rios takes a ballgame back to its ancient roots in Pelota.
Ten years of work and millions of dollars in scholarships have pulled in students whose stories may have otherwise gone untold.
USC Games’ Gerald A. Lawson Endowment Fund will promote racial equity and inclusion in North America’s top-ranked game design program.
A gaming industry pioneer talks about how far games have come and how streaming is leveling up interactive experiences.
Despite being more than 1,500 miles away, incoming freshman Edward Jin has found an organization on campus that brings gamers together in ways that go beyond Zoom.
See virtual versions of Tommy Trojan, Doheny Memorial Library and other USC landmarks.