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Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism University of Southern California

Amy Lopez

Class of 2015

Amy Lopez is a junior from Hawthorne, CA majoring in Broadcast and Digital Journalism.

Amy is currently working as a Web Producer for ATVN. In the past, she has also worked as an Assignment Desk Editor and a Graphics Editor. She enjoys the background work of the newsroom, helping those that go out on the field and making sure their stories are shown in the best way possible. She is proud to work with all her USC classmates, ensuring the news reported by ATVN is the first and most accurate. She is proud to represent Mexican-American and Spanish-speaking students who are pursuing careers in journalism.

Her future goal is to one day working for Univision Deportes covering the Mexican National Soccer team.


UCLA Launches Kidney Exchange Program

December 2, 2013

UCLA held a celebration that reunited kidney donors with their recipients.

Employers on the Lookout for Cyber Monday Distraction

December 2, 2013

Some people turned to online shopping for Cyber Monday, distracting them from work or school.   

State Unveils New Earthquake Insurance Policy

December 2, 2013

Earthquake coverage will now be included in California insurance policies.

Covered California Prepares Small Business Enrollment

December 2, 2013

Covered California officials are set to provide full self-enrollment for small businesses.

Trader Joe's Recalls Salads And Sandwiches

November 11, 2013

A recent outbreak of E. coli that has left several people sick has forced a recall by the company.

LA Communities Raise Funds For Typhoon Victims

November 11, 2013

Organizations in Southern California are joining forces to organize efforts for those affected by Typhoon Haiyan. 

Veterans Batter Up with Dodgers

November 11, 2013

The LA Dodgers lead batting practice for members of the Armed Forces as part of Veterans Day celebrations.

LA Mayor Leads Veterans Day Parade

November 11, 2013

Mayor Eric Garcetti was Grand Marshal at a local Veterans Day Parade.

Celebrities Take Part in Golf Invitational

November 11, 2013

Frank Robinson and Reggie Jackson were some of the celebrities taking part in the invitational that benefited youths from Compton.

Food Stamps Cut Affects LA Families

November 4, 2013

Local families will be affected by the government's food stamp program cuts.

Henry Cisneros Emphasizes Importance of Housing

November 4, 2013

Former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Henry Cisneros was one of the speakers that took...

JPL Begins Its Two-Day NASA Social

November 4, 2013

Several of NASA's Social Media followers were lucky enough to be chosen for a two-day event. 

New Resource Center Helps Veterans Transition to Student Life

November 4, 2013

There are about 600 student veterans at Cal State LA.

Family of Mentally Challenged Man Seeks Help From Public

October 28, 2013

Rakeem Taylor has the mental capacity of a 10 to 12-year-old and was last seen on Friday.

Students React to The Release of Conrad Murray

October 28, 2013

Dr. Conrad Murray was released today after serving just two of his four-year sentence.

Former LA Mayor Villaraigosa To Teach At USC

October 28, 2013

Former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will soon be Profesor Villaraigosa At USC's School of Public Policy.

State Senator Carol Liu Visits Local Elementary Schools

October 14, 2013

State Senator Carol Liu visited Edison Middle School as part of a statewide tour focusing on public education.

Activists Protest Experimentation on Primates

October 14, 2013

Animal rights activists held a protest at UCLA to support alternatives to animal research.

Museum of Tolerance Debuts "Anne" Exhibit

October 14, 2013

The new exhibit for Anne Frank will use multimedia presentation as well as narration as part of the experience.

Activist Group Spreads Awareness with Giant Inflatable Dog

October 7, 2013

Activists setup a 10-foot-tall inflatable puppy dog in Hollywood to bring awareness to animal rights and vegetarianism.

Rose Parade Announced Its Royal Court

October 7, 2013

Seven young girls have been chosen to make up the Royal Court for the upcoming 2014 Rose Parade.

Nobel Peace Nominee Spoke at USC About Violence in Congo

October 7, 2013

USC welcomed 2013 Nobel Peace Prize nominee Dr. Denis Mukwege on campus Monday.

Civil and Labor Groups Called For Immigration Vote

September 23, 2013

Black and Latino community leaders held a news conference as a message to Congress to vote on immigration legislation. 

Cesar Chavez Mural Unveiled

September 16, 2013

Cesar Chavez Elementary School unveiled a new mural created by the children and artist Simon Silva.

Holiday Bowl - USC vs Wisconsin Post-Game Press Conference

Su'a Cravens: "It's the players that need to step up"

Darreus Rogers: "It comes down to the players"

Trojans Fall to Wisconsin in the Holiday Bowl 23-21

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Alcoholism At USC

By Kay Angrum, Alex Janin, Veronica Quezada, Madison Mills and Sam Bergum
11/19/15 | 1:14 p.m. PST

In this four part series, USC Anneberg Media looks at alcohol abuse on campus and where students can go for...


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