January 6th, 2021 left a distinct scar in American history. Two Southern Californians who stormed the Capitol shares with us their images and perspectives that day.
For some transgender USC students, student health services are providing them with an opportunity to receive hormones, surgery and even mental health care.
The Second Chance Prom gives queer students an opportunity to redo the heteronormative high school tradition
The artist serenaded audiences with a rendition of her song for “King Richard,” paying homage to the Williams family.
A Russian historian discusses the culture surrounding the attacks, plus a consultant in Kyiv speaks on her experience.
Professors and students anticipate an “overdue” addition to the history faculty.
An open letter signed by more than 800 faculty members calls for cost of living adjustments to salaries.
Organizations like the Shoah Foundation and USC artists and professors are promoting events to remember the day of commemoration.
Next up we’re talking about a dish commonly eaten on Hanukkah - Latkes. They are eaten across the world.
Today, more than one billion people are on TikTok, and it’s more than just dance and comedy videos being shared. For one 16-year-old girl, TikTok saved her life
As world leaders gather in Glasgow for the United Nations COP26 Climate Summit, questions arise about the significance of the annual meeting and whether it will lead to real change.
Bitcoin was once worth less than a penny. Now, it reached an all-time high in valuation.