From Where We Are
Should women be required to register for the military draft? Almost all male U.S. citizens and immigrants 18-25 years old are.
It’s our last show of the semester! On today’s show... a rally for Care Not Cops, how burnt out are students before finals? And Thornton musicians react to the return of audiences! All that and more, “From Where We Are.”
The Los Angeles chapter of the Lightspeed Saber League practices Wednesday nights at Mike’s Bikes in Mid-city. Everyone’s welcome at this fencing-meets-’Star Wars’ sport that’s played all over the country. Their sabers glow in the dark just like in the movies and sometimes they make sounds too. Team captain Tony Zaldua Jr. helps train the squad. He describes the sport and introduces a few team members in this sound portrait.
In two back to back weekend football games, USC dropped the ball when it came to welcoming our opposing schools. In an attempt to partake in rivalry, trojans crossed the line in offensive statements. Our reporter, Victoria Hunt, delves into the dark reality of USC’s elitism.
What are the ways in which sports stadiums impact our environment?
The Center for International and Public Affairs has a new namesake: Joseph Medicine Crow, the Crow Nation’s last war chief and a Native American historian who received his master’s degree from USC. Annenberg Media spoke with his son, Ron Medicine Crow, about this honor.
Spotify users wait every year for their ‘wrapped’ playlist to be released so they can find out what their most listened to music of the year was.
USC has free STI testing and now offers take home tests. Sexually transmitted infections have been on the rise. That has raised concerns about bringing this intimate issue out in the open.
On today’s show, elitist USC football fans, the Joseph Medicine Crow building and what’s on USC student’s Spotify wrapped?! All that, and more, from where we are.
On today’s show, a chess grandmaster visits USC’s campus, the importance of STI awareness, what representation in Eternals means for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and some highlights from this semester. All that and more, “From Where We Are.”
Next up we’re talking about a dish commonly eaten on Hanukkah - Latkes. They are eaten across the world.
Marvel’s latest movie just dropped on November 5. “Eternals” is directed by Academy Award-winning director, Chloé Zhao. It features a diverse cast that make up several firsts for Marvel’s Cinematic Universe — including its first gay onscreen kiss.
When we talk about climate change, we tend to use emotive words like “fight,” “combat,” and “crisis.” But there is one word that offers an alternative to these highly-charged terms, a word that shows us how we can help and that word is Kaitiakitanga.
One non-profit strives to bring low-income youth together through soccer. Joseph Balleweg sits down with the founder of Academia de Futbol Juvenil Amatense - or AFJA for short.
On today’s show, USC RAs organizing a strike, the legacy of Virgil Abloh, and the ban on plastic utensils. All that and more, from where we are.