Graduating seniors in a wide range of majors demonstrate the power of a liberal arts education. [10 min read]
Educator Ananya Mukherjee-Reed ’95 sees hope spring from Canada’s First Nations tragedy.
Gina Clayton ’06 helps women with relatives in prison harness the power of their voices to support themselves and their communities.
Professors from USC Dornsife’s Writing Program offer free creative writing workshops to recently released prisoners. In part two of this article, the instructors talk about how the project has affected them as they witness their writers in the process of identity-building after prison.
Professors from USC Dornsife’s Writing Program engage in the community by offering free creative writing workshops to recently released prisoners. Part one of this two-part story examines how the program helps these men find understanding and healing through the written word.
“Writing in the Community” allows undergraduates to work with community partners to tell their organizations’ important stories.
As fans around the world mourn the passing of music legend Prince, who died on April 21, USC Dornsife scholars reflect on his legacy as a musical and cultural icon.
The highly acclaimed, award-winning poet will teach literature and creative writing at USC Dornsife.
Manuel Pastor is installed as the inaugural holder of the Turpanjian Chair in Civil Society and Social Change.