From Where We Are
After a four-year hiatus from the spotlight, Lorde released her new album, “Solar Power”, earlier last month. Renee Whalen speaks to the singer’s return... and what she represents to a generation of listeners.
USC students’ opinions on the possibility for Covid restrictions to lighten amid decreasing cases.
If you’ve ever wondered about the origins of curious words and phrases, here is Sophie Sperber with the origins of your favorite white suburban angry middle-aged woman: Karen.
It’s Latinx Heritage Month and all month long, Annenberg Media will bring you stories of students, faculty, and staff who are making a difference within their communities.
In light of National Recovery Month, we reached out to members of our community who have insights on drug abuse and overdose prevention.
It’s great to be back at USC... But students have been forced to adapt to new procedures on campus, just to go about their daily lives. You want to eat? First, take out your phone. Students now have to use a mobile dining app and kiosks to order food at campus dining spots. Staci Ramsey reports.
Thousands of USC students are living in California for the first time in their lives. And it's possible that they've never experienced an earthquake or wildfire, both hallmarks of the California experience. September is National Preparedness Month. Alexandra Applegate reports how students can prepare... just in case.
A super-fan recalls some of USC football’s most memorable moments
On today’s show... LA CASA’s Latinx Heritage Month, USC’s legendary football history, and National Recovery Month. All this, and more, From Where We Are.
On today’s show, LA County will be requiring proof of vaccination at bars and clubs, we take a look at what the future of the Republican Party might be, and we most certainly “spill the tea.” All that and more, “From Where We Are.”
On today’s show, students share their reactions about the firing of Clay Helton, a new mental health crisis hotline, and the concerns students have with Trojan Check. All this and more, “From Where We Are.”
In this episode, Jonathan Kubiak digs deeper into the story behind a supposedly Trojan relic hidden in plain sight on the university park campus.
Yasmin Bagherzadeh has the story of one USC professor who was so affected by the unrest, that it changed how he teaches forever.
Sam Clempson dives into USC’s current esports endeavours, from funding to the physical and mental challenges of the sport.
Zac Coughlin talks to Lustyan about her dedication to quality and what it takes to succeed in the competitive dessert industry.