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Three Days in Auschwitz

(Originally published by USC Shoah Foundation) I expected to feel an intimate and profound connection to Auschwitz after touring the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum for the first time late last month. After three consecutive days visiting and working at the museum, I was indeed moved. But the insight I was hoping for came from beyond the […]

Lights, camera, Davis

(originally written for Steve Magagnini’s Journalism class, UC Davis, November 2011) Late one night last winter, anyone studying in the basement of Shields Library would have borne witness to an unusual sight: A tall, lanky guy running around the stacks holding a video camera. That was senior Technocultural Studies major Kyle Dickerson making his second-ever […]

USC’s Engine 31 Pops Up at Humana Festival

(Originally published in LA STAGE Times) At this year’s 37th annual Humana Festival of New American Plays in Louisville, KY, arts journalists will work as a team to report on the festival’s plays, artists and culture. They’ll publish their written and multimedia pieces online and engage visitors through social media, under the auspices of the LA-based USC Annenberg […]