Dímelo is Annenberg Media and USC's only bilingual, student-run news desk. Our job is to amplify the Latinx voice, write the untold stories, engage audiences of color, create a safe space and focus on issues that diverse audiences care about most.
Xavier Zazueta’s new album “Disfraz de Amigo” revives the love for Mariachi music
Vanya Ordóñez success as a Mexican national team baseball player could not be understood without her family’s support.
This past September, the Latinx/Chicanx Center for Advocacy and Student Affairs (La CASA) celebrated its 50th anniversary. Located on the fourth floor of the Student Union building, La CASA provides Latinx-identifying students with a sense of community while allowing them to further embrace their cultural identities.
These candles are not only therapeutic in one’s self-care routine, but it also celebrates life through a Latina’s eyes.
With many of Dahmer’s victims' stories coming to light thanks to the new Netflix series, the story of Richard Guerrero remains unacknowledged.
The “clean girl” trend highlights the fine line between showing genuine appreciation towards the original creators versus the co-optation of non-white cultures and traditions.
Behind the colorful masks and dramatic smackdowns of lucha libre is a sport steeped in tradition. ‘La Lucha’ follows two popular Luchadores who share how the sport has built their confidence and shaped who they are.
The Importance of the Latinx population and the Latinx Vote
LAFC takes it all in a final with a perfect Hollywood ending
Lupita Infante returns home with Mariachi Herencia de Mexico carrying the torch of mariachi culture.
A 3-0 victory over Austin FC crowned the Black and Gold as the 2022 Western Conference champions.
Annenberg Media’s digital altar for Día de los Muertos 2022.
This article will be embedded into USC Dímelo's Snapchat Edition for Dia de los Muertos. This year, we honor bright souls who have left a significant impact on the Latinx community. We also celebrate their achievements, sacrifices, and the hard work that they have accomplished so that future generations can prosper and succeed.
What family, music, and community means to the Spirit of Troy’s Hispanic leader
A USC folklórico dancer shares her journey with dancing and her complex relationship with her Mexican heritage.