The largest literary event in the U.S. will take place this weekend on USC’s campus. Hear from event organizers about what visitors can expect from the first in-person book festival since the start of the pandemic.
Trojans from the Muslim Student Union and the International Relations professional fraternity DPE held a protest today in solidarity with Uyghur Muslims who have faced internment, torture, forced labor and more. They are asking the university to take a stance on the genocide.
Students from the Suspenders Sketch Comedy group will be performing their show, “Sketchy Ever After” tonight: we talk to members live about what audiences can expect.
A USC garden initiative is taking a university-owned lot and transforming it into a garden space for community members. Learn more about the initiative and the students and faculty involved.
Hear from one abortion rights activist organization about the importance of safe and legal abortions in the U.S., we take a look at the history of Women’s History Month and listen to students as they share their female role models.
Los Angeles County will lift the indoor mask mandate starting tomorrow after citing decreases in cases and less strain on L.A. hospitals.
A group of Ukrainian American protesters gathered today in Westwood to oppose Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, learn more about how gas prices may increase as a result and hear from Ukrainian citizens and their families who are fleeing their homes.
This week's episode of See It Live highlights the events and excitement surrounding Super Bowl LVI
Students, faculty and community members reflect on the significance of the Lunar New Year and what the Year of the Tiger has in store.
My advice to the next class of producers: enjoy the process
Appealing to a younger audience begins with finding their stories on the platforms they use the most
Being a teammate is being a friend
A meditation on ‘Meta Moment,’ a new ATVN segment that takes the rush out of the newscast
If you registered for classes this semester, odds are you spent hours poring over Rate My Professors — a Yelp-like site for college courses where students air grievances, give praise, and everything in between for classes they’ve taken. Maybe you’ve posted a comment to commend an incredible professor or left a nasty comment for an instructor who left you questioning if you really need your college degree. Some comments even offer fashion suggestions.
Dr. Kyung Jung sent an email to students suggesting they consider switching out of his organic chemistry class. Soon after, the chemistry department said he wouldn’t be teaching the course.