A COVID-19 Time Capsule

Richelle Gribble ’13 is gathering COVID-19 materials for a time capsule that will sent to the moon in 2022.

The Healing Power of Art

USC Arts in Action and the Skid Row Arts Alliance prepare a second round of art packages for Skid Row residents suffering pandemic-related stress and isolation.

Stopping Future Pandemics Through Infrastructure

The USC School of Architecture and the USC Architectural Guild join a task force to identify infrastructure opportunities that will thwart future pandemics.

Music as Medicine

The Spirit of Troy, USC Thornton students and other musicians are creating video performances to provide comfort and inspiration for Keck health care workers during the pandemic.

Teaching Architecture and the Arts Online

USC architecture, art, dance and drama faculty are finding ways to teach hands-on courses remotely.

Back On the Air

When USC’s official television station Trojan Vision halted production, students and faculty moved their shows to Zoom.

A New Student Emergency Fund

The USC School of Dramatic Arts has launched a student emergency fund to support students who are facing critical short-term needs due to COVID-19.

Bringing Art to L.A.’s Skid Row

USC Roski students worked with USC Arts in Action and the Skid Row Arts Alliance to create 170 packages of art supplies for Skid Row residents.

How USC Kaufman Has Made the Leap to Online Learning

USC Kaufman has been translating dance technique classes taught in studios to a digital format.

Cinematic Arts Faculty Teach Students—and Themselves—How to Edit from Home

Nancy Forner and her film school team bring editing classes to life online.