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.
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.
North Korea has ramped up their testing of missiles in the past few days. North Korea today fired two short-range ballistic missiles into the sea.... in the direction of Japan... This is the latest sign that the nation continues to develop its weapons program. This was North Korea’s sixth missile launch in just the last 12 days. Earlier this week... North Korea fired an intermediate-range missile over Japan prompting joint missile drills from South Korea and the U.S.
This week, the last week of USC's APISA Heritage Month, Match Volume's Lutian Wang had a conversation with Isaac Vigilla, a native Hawaiian about Hawaiian history and culture.
Tovi Schenk is a freshman yet to major in music production. From his music history class, he obtained the inspiration from an early romantic art song called “Erlking”(Erlkönig) by Shubert based on the poem of the same name, depicting the death of a child assailed by a supernatural being.
Hawaii and pineapples. Many put two and two together but not every Hawaiian loves the sweet, tangy, tart, sugary, juicy fruit. For more, reporter Lutian Wang spoke with Isaac Vigila, a Native Hawaiian faculty member at USC.
Joined by USC Pesident Carol Folt, and Dean of USC Annenberg Willow Bay, the USC Women's Conference marks the celebration of Women's History Month on campus.
In celebration of Women's History Month, a story brings to light Amy Pang, a USC student, who embraces her culture and breaks imposed stereotype as a female Kung Fu athlete.
A big campus-wide career fair is back in person and taking place on February 24th as a source of summer internships and other opportunities for all USC students.
Today is Chinese New Year! The holiday has been a long standing tradition to many, but some may not know where the holidays traditions actually stem from. Yohanna Bauerdorf has more.