Graduating senior Elaine Huang led the student orchestra through the pandemic and produced a unique set of virtual concerts in the process.
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Gail Katz has produced smash successes like Air Force One and The Perfect Storm. Now, she’s helping students at the USC School of Cinematic Arts embrace a new era of filmmaking.
Gabriella Schultze has been dancing with a company in Salt Lake City by day while pursuing her USC Dornsife studies at night.
There’s nothing like the collaborative magic of the architecture studio. That’s why the graduate student leaders at the USC School of Architecture found a way to recreate it online.
On-demand and live online classes come right to students, faculty and staff, even during winter break. Choose from yoga, cardio and more, all at a deep discount.
When his USC Dornsife class on political reform had to move online, Christian Grose arranged for exclusive guest speakers, including Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson.
A century ago, USC football was in a similar bind, battling the Spanish Flu while trying to prepare for the 1918 season. Hear how a football powerhouse grew from the ashes of that pandemic.
When classes moved online, the USC students set to be RAs were left wondering: Who do you assist when there aren’t any residents? Enter the virtual peer mentors.
At age 64, John “Old Doc” Walsh of the USC Leonard Davis School recognizes the need to stay limber — especially in the middle of a two-hour online class.
Elementary students dance like no one’s watching as they step into their virtual studio, taking part in a key program that’s expanding during a tough time.