We get an update on the newly released Mueller report and Adam Schiff’s conference, find out what USC Forward is asking for with their tent city protest, and we listen to why Marvel Cinematic Universe tickets can fetch a pretty price.
We hosted our show on Thursday, April 11 at Grand Park where Earth Day was being celebrated! In the hour-long remote broadcast, we spoke to attendees, event hosts, and aired some Earth Day content of our own.
We hear from students about the new USC president Carol Folt, attend the UC workers’ strike and sit down with multi-platinum hip-hop producer, DJ Mustard.
We have an exclusive interview with Interim President Wanda Austin about the USC Admissions scandal, honor the memory of murdered student Victor McElhaney, and hear from LA’s first LGBTQ mariachi band.
The U.S. House of Representatives passes a new resolution against anti-Semitism and Islamophobia today, a mysterious wave of horse deaths forces the racetrack in Santa Anita to close, and Michelin stars return to Los Angeles all in our last show before we leave for spring break.
The LAUSD Board of Education voted unanimously to add a proposition on an upcoming ballot to raise taxes this afternoon. We also discuss unfair scheduling practices and other issues retail workers in California face in the wake of recent controversy over the subject, and hear about the life and legacy of composer Andre Previn who passed away this morning.
The facility is set to open in 2020 and encourages students of all economic backgrounds to apply.
Rennie is a news editor at Annenberg Media. She is majoring in Journalism and International Relations.