From Where We Are
The USC Undergraduate Student Government has announced the candidates for the annual spring election. Previous voter turnout hasn’t quite met the group’s expectations. Why aren’t students visiting the polls? Anthony Clingerman has the answer.
If you have been on Sidechat, likely seen the word “Shryft” thrown around. Shryft stands for shared Lyft the new replacement to the free Lyft program. This change is quite the topic of controversy on USC campus, we spoke with students to get their opinions on the unpopular new change.
USC PR department collaborated with NASCAR to put a race car on display outside Annenberg.
A new social media platform has granted USC students an anonymous voice. Here’s Anthony Slade with the scoop.
On today's show, we discuss the Instafest trend, more World Cup pride and politics, Sunday Funday (the free performing arts program in LA). All that and more, From Where We Are.
At the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, kids from across L.A. gather to sing, dance and learn. There are interactive classes focusing on everything from salsa dance to musical theater–the best part, especially in the wake of the pandemic and the controversies surrounding the lack of funding for arts education? It’s completely free. Here’s Charlotte Phillipp with the story.
USC students wish there was more to do during winter break on campus as many cannot leave.
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.
Protestors are continuing to put pressure on the Los Angeles city council members, fighting for meetings to stop, months after a leaked tape revealed offensive, insulting language and a gerrymandering plot.
The death of migrant workers, mistreatment of LGBTQ citizens and generally poor working conditions are causing a lot of controversy amongst soccer fans.
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.
On today’s show, we discuss the Ürümqi vigil that took place last night on campus, the World Cup match between the US and Iran, and the Diabetic Bestie podcast. All that and much, much more, From Where We Are.
While the bipartisan bill is expected to become federal law, the extent of its impact will likely not be immediately known.
Throughout the past few months, protests have been held around the world against Iran's Islamic regime. One of those very protests occurred today on USC's campus. Annenberg Media spoke to Persian students about their thoughts on the ongoing revolution.
Holiday shopping is in full swing, and as people try to find that perfect gift for family and friends, Tatiana Sataua tells us how to shop more sustainably this holiday season.