This morning, tragedy struck Southern California. A sixteen year old student opened fire at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita killing two young students. On today’s show, we get a live update from Henry Mayo hospital in Santa Clarita, and learn how we can discuss tragedy. If you or someone you know is in need of help, please reach out to professional counselors. USC students can access resources through USC Student Health at studenthealth.usc.edu/counseling/
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Annenberg Media’s Morgan Stephens reports live from Henry Mayo hospital following Thursday morning’s shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, which left at least two students dead.
Annenberg Media’s Isaiah Murtaugh reports from Santa Clarita ahead of a vigil Thursday night to remember the victims of the morning’s Saugus High School shooting.
After a shooting at Saugus High School, families reunited and expressed range of emotions.
When we face moments of tragedy, many turn to social media as a way to connect, to bond, and to heal.
ARN producer Zazu Lippert interviews licensed therapist and adolescent trauma specialist Claire Telford about navigating the emotional effects of a shooting.
When concerned loved ones call about students, DPS sends officers to conduct “wellness checks”
Annenberg Radio News spoke with Dan Toomey, Annenberg Media’s managing editor for culture and outreach, about the creation of a new section focused on health and wellness on USC campus.
A surprising number of students at USC are dealing with food insecurity. But there are resources for students, on and off campus, to help students have a balanced, financially reasonable diet.
The archbishop of Los Angeles José Gomez has been elected as president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). He is the first Latino selected for the role in the United States.
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On a mission to get thinner and faster, many runners end up “running on empty,” and some go as far as developing life-threatening eating disorders.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court heard arguments on whether the Trump administration can shut down DACA, or the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which offers temporary protection from deportation to people who were brought to the United States as children.
Banks is the star and director of a new adaptation of Charlie’s Angels. She visited the Annenberg Forum to talk about how she used this movie as a platform to speak about women’s empowerment.