On today’s show, Trojan football fans ready for an exciting Pac-12 championship game, record-breaking online shopping, protests in China continue and a conversation with Annenberg Media’s photo editor.
On today’s show, USC embraces crosstown rivalry traditions, US academic workers go on strike, and a conversation with Annenberg Media’s Equity Board.
On today’s show, record high campaign spending, USC student’s talk about the elections they follow, and a conversation with Christina Bellantoni
Caruso campaign intern Jennifer Alvarado shares what drew her to the campaign.
On today’s show, the Supreme Court begins hearings on affirmative action, Elon Musk takes over Twitter and USC students dress up for Halloween.
On today’s show, opinions on Swift’s tenth studio album, USC Diwali celebrations, antisemitic hate crimes in L.A. and the importance of voting.
The singer-songwriter’s tenth studio album is a return to pure pop, a controversial shift for some fans and critics.
On today’s show, students celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Nury Martínez as president of the L.A. City Council and USC students weigh in on the midterm elections.
On today’s show, experts comment on the runoff election in Brazil, students talk sustainability at USC, we hear about the upcoming Supreme Court session and a conversation about mental health among young adults.
On today’s show, we hear from Persian students on the protests following the death of 22-year-old woman Mahsa Amini, students continue to celebrate the first of the High Holidays, people react to the drama of ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ and an interview with Lucia Musacchi on Italy’s recent election. All that and more, “From Where We Are.”
On today’s show, we hear from Armenian Trojans on the ongoing conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Biden declares the end of the pandemic as 60,000 Americans still test positive every day, and an interview with Madeline Hilliard, founder of Team Awareness Combating Overdose or TACO about the fentanyl crisis. All that and more, “From Where We Are.”
Congressional redistricting shows the strength of the Mormon church ahead of critical midterm elections.
May primary likely to determine next member of Congress.
The Parental Rights in Education bill was passed by the Florida state Senate this week. The passing of the bill, which has yet to be signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis, has sparked controversy and protest.
New USC USG president Hannah Woodworth joined Annenberg Radio News to discuss her election victory