For our last From Where We Are of the semester, we talk with graduating students about their hopes and fears post-college, go live to Kansas City for the NFL Draft and spotlight chat with the founder of Annenberg Radio News.
On today's program, we discuss the recent homicide report released by the Los Angeles Police Department, US officials meet with the Taiwanese President, recent charges for officers engaging in police misconduct. All this and much more, From Where We Are.
On today's show, we discuss how the recent storms affected California's drought, how local schools are celebrating Read Across America Day, and a conversation with CNN reporter Katelyn Polantz. All that and more, from where we are.
On today's episode of From Where We Are, we discuss California's blizzard warning, seasonal affective disorder, President Biden's chances for securing the Democrats' Presidential Nomination for 2024, and have a chat with NPR Culture Desk Correspondent Chloe Veltman!
On today's show, we explore why people are leaving California in droves, celebrate the accomplishments of the 1965 North Valley Broncos baseball team, and recap the current Undergraduate Student Government ahead of next week's elections. All that and more, From Where We Are.
On today’s show, USC held the first USC Black Career Fair, we visited the new USC MLK exhibition, students speculated on how they would spend the Powerball money, a deep dive into Netflix’s new password-sharing policy, and a look back at one fabled USC football game that changed history. All of that and more on today’s From Where We Are.
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.