Annenberg Radio

Portraits of a New Normal: Episode 4

In our final episode, we’ll explore the different ways we’ve connected with each other throughout the pandemic.

This is Portraits of a New Normal, a series of podcasts from Annenberg Radio News about how we’re coping with our new realities during the pandemic. On this show, we’ll be hearing from thrift store heroes, an immunocompromised inmate, and forward-thinking jazz musicians.

Here are the individual stories if you’d like a closer listen:

Los Angeles food distribution centers fight hunger amid COVID-19

Social entrepreneurship shows its importance during the pandemic

A Stylish Quarantine: How one student became a secondhand clothing seller amid the pandemic

New and returning USC students compare socializing online to real life

Unsanitary jail conditions spark concern for violating constitutional rights.

Student-run theatre company to originate a new Zoom musical

USC students return to Los Angeles

A Year on Pause: 2020 spring admits in the pandemic

The return to high school sports

Life on campus during the pandemic

How the pandemic changed jazz

This episode was made by:

Aiyonna White: Executive Producer, Host

Sam Feehan: Producer, Composer

Celine Mendiola: Producer, Host

Polina Cherezova: Composer