On today’s show, a look into USC’s upcoming event on voter access, Rick Caruso causes controversy with ad campaign, we talk to local taco resturaunts about their Taco Day celebrations. All that and more on today’s From Where We Are.
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 discuss a pop music legend’s return from a long awaited hiatus at America’s most watch sports match, talk the ramifications of NASA’s DART mission, and debate the ramifications of fentanyl in the hallways of SoCal highschools
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.”
2022 Selden Ring Award winner team, ProPublica, joins Val to talk about the stories behind their award-winning project, "The Secret IRS Files" which exposed how some of the richest people in the U.S take advantage of the tax code to avoid paying even a single dollar in income taxes.
Protests have been ensuing across USC’s campus after a sexual assault allegation came to light in a recent DPS report. The alleged crime took place at the Sigma Nu fraternity during a party where drinks are believed to have been spiked.
Students suggested ways for fellow Muslims to celebrate the month-long holiday during a time of isolation and academic stress.
Many people around the world chose not to celebrate Thingyan this year in light of the current political and humanitarian crisis occurring in Myanmar.
President Carol Folt distributed the 40-page report via email and pledged the university would take serious efforts to address the report’s suggestions.
She claims she faced a hostile work environment where she was discriminated against for being a Black woman.
Despite efforts from the university’s administration to deter student travel, an increase in positive cases brought on by travel to popular spring break locations might call into question the effectiveness of wellness days.
Called “Spread Care, Not COVID,” the campaign uses positivity and creative messaging to emphasize social responsibility to fellow students.
The rideshare company plans to contribute approximately $500,000 worth of free rides for South Los Angeles residents to travel to a new vaccination site at USC.
For USC professors, travel challenges differ depending on their individual citizenship status. Many don’t want to risk the prospect of infection from traveling, but for some, the U.S. maintains travel restrictions that legally ban them from getting aboard airplanes to return home.