A round-up of exciting vegan products exhibited at Expo West earlier this month
On today's show, we discuss the Instafest trend, more World Cup pride and politics, Sunday Funday (the free performing arts program in LA). All that and more, From Where We Are.
Schmeler’s EP “My Betsy” offers a peek into her journey as a musician.
On today’s show, we discuss Nancy Pelosi’s political future, the tattoo historians of Long Beach, Iranian student protests, the Crosstown rivalry, the Sack of Troy and the Westwood Enabler, and hear student voices on Karen Bass’ win. All that and more, From Where We Are.
On today’s show, a wave of layoffs in the technology industry, the second highest youth voter turnout in a midterm election in the past 30 years, a look into the life of ground-breaking Black architect Paul R. Williams, and a conversation with journalist Maer Roshan.
On today’s show, we take a look at what mayoral candidates Karen Bass and Rick Caruso said when speaking to Annenberg Media earlier today and yesterday, President Biden’s speech in the wake of Paul Pelosi’s attack, the effects of the gruesome deaths of black rappers circulating on social media, and the Houston Astros’ historic combined no-hitter in last night’s World Series game.
On today’s show, we interview experts and get public opinion on the benefits of standardizing charger ports, out-of-state youth voter registration, Ye, and the upgraded Coca-Cola machines around campus.
Trojan Marketing Group or TMG is a pro-bono client-facing club at USC. TMG is collaborating with Coca-Cola now and Tony Fajardo says USC students can win prizes.
National Recovery Month, as in recovery from drug abuse, is coming to a close. But of course, the problem does not go away. About one American dies of a drug overdose every five minutes, many to Fentanyl, a powerful synthetic opioid similar to morphine but 50 to 100 times more potent. Claire Fogarty spoke with a mom whose son died from being poisoned unwittingly by Fentanyl.
Boulon D Amour provides a unique coffee experience that is both photogenic and tasty.
Sanctions will lead to overall higher inflation, according to USC professor.
Match Volume’s Claire Fogarty discusses the state of American politics and what it’s like to cover them with Journalist, Podcaster and Author, Jon Ward.
Incoming students and underclassmen have felt confused when they see campus traditions, like duct-taped statues and Helenes and Trojan Knights’ watch, for the first time.
South LA native turned Trojan is breaking into the USC music scene
Across the country, politicians like Michelle Wu of Boston and Ed Gainey of Pittsburgh became the first people of color elected to their respective roles.