With the Eiffel Tower as her backdrop, USC Dornsife alumna Corey Arterian felt at one with those writers who came before her, penning poem after poem about the City of Light.
Paris, she came to understand, incites emotions… more>
We've all heard the phrase "a picture is worth a thousand words" so often that it has begun to lose its meaning. A single image, according to the saying, can tell a story better than mere text. So how many words is an entire… more>
Starting in March, rarely seen images of the City of Light come to the City of Angels thanks to a partnership of the USC Francophone Resource Center, the Los Angeles Public Library, Otis College of Art and Design and… more>
For decades, ideologues have vilified the Paris Commune of 1871 as a hotbed of madness, anarchy and confusion. The Communards — who overtook the French government and ruled France for a brief 70 days before dying in a… more>