Spotify Wrapped season is officially upon us, but the viral streaming service is not the only thing providing us with a unique look into our listening habits. A 20-year-old USC Student has achieved major success with a personal coding project that has taken social media by storm.
USC students sat shoulder-to-shoulder trying to squeeze into the middle of Wallis Annenberg Hall to watch the World Cup matches being shown on the gigantic TV screens as their countries faced off in sport's biggest stage. Even non-soccer fans at USC are tuning into the games to see the world's best compete.
The Trojans improved to 7-0 despite being down at half.
USC's self-proclaimed second-best publication, the Sack of Troy, has run into trouble with their UCLA rival, the Westwood Enabler. While the Sack of Troy is a satirical newspaper, as Sullivan Barthel reports, they say that this conflict is no laughing matter.
Throughout this year, tech companies have been laying off thousands of employees. Some of this is because they over-hired in the past and much of is due to today's economic uncertainty. Thomas Johnson looks at how the shrinking tech market could affect USC students looking to get into the field.
The Trojans’ leading goal scorer for water polo shines in his first year at USC after spending his whole life in Italy.
The Midterm elections are five days away. The latest polls have Bass leading Caruso by just 3 percentage points. Annenberg Media had the opportunity to speak with LA Mayoral Candidates Rick Caruso and Karen Bass.
With the upcoming Midterm Elections, students in state and out of state alike express the importance and difficulties of voting while in college.
Ye , formerly known as Kanye West, is back in the headlines again after his continued tirades against the Jewish community. Yesterday, Ye was escorted out of Sketchers headquarters, whose CEO and President are of Jewish decent, after he showed up unannounced.
The 6-1 Trojans look for consistency during practice.
The Trojans move to 13-4 overall, 5-1 in conference play.
USC students share their favorite parts of rivalry week against the UCLA Bruins
Across the country, politicians like Michelle Wu of Boston and Ed Gainey of Pittsburgh became the first people of color elected to their respective roles.
Students from outside California adjust to the state’s characteristic quakes
Cost, distance, and the impending fall break keep some parents from visiting for the weekend