Ahead of the Arizona game, Sam brings in columnist and former sports editor Trevor Denton to discuss what USC football needs to do to make it more than just an average team. They also talk about women’s soccer and volleyball, two teams who could be playoff contenders this year. Music by Joakim Karud.
This week, Matthew is in the studio for an exclusive interview with Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry, whose new album, “Quiet River of Dust, Vol. 1,” came out on Sept. 21. The artist delves deep into his inspiration for the album and other projects he’s working on. Special thanks to KXSC’s Hannah Kovensky. Music by Joakim Karud.
News Editor Kate Sequeira is in the studio to discuss her feature on the evictions of residents living on the 1100 block of Exposition Boulevard. Music by Joakim Karud, Bensound and Kevin MacLeod.
Sam is joined by managing editor Eric He and sports columnist Jimmy Goodman to discuss what the football team needs to do after two major losses. They also talk about the win streaks of USC women’s soccer and men’s water polo. Music by Joakim Karud.
Kenan, Kanak and Matthew are back in the studio with their top new music picks, featuring Masego, $uicideboy$ and Jenny Lewis. They also discuss how they felt upon learning of rapper Mac Miller’s death earlier this month. Music by Joakim Karud.
We sit down with Los Angeles Times reporters Harriet Ryan and Matt Hamilton to discuss how they and other Times reporters worked to break multiple stories about USC. The Times has broken stories about several top University employees, including former Keck dean Carmen Puliafito and former gynecologist George Tyndall. Their reporting sheds light into the inner workings of USC, and what allowed those incidents of misconduct to occur. Music by Joakim Karud.
In this special episode of Talkin’ Troy, host Sam Arslanian is joined by the Daily Texan’s Alex Briseño, Ross Burkhart and Steve Helwick as USC and Texas go head-to-head this weekend. Make your way over to the Daily Texan’s podcast Texan Overtime for more analysis before the game. Music by Joakim Karud.
This week, a special episode. We’re giving listeners an in-depth look at Online Editor Eileen Toh’s story on how the Engemann Student Health Center is trying to rebuild trust in the aftermath of revelations that former campus gynecologist George Tyndall abused his relationship with patients for nearly 30 years. Music by Joakim Karud.
As USC football heads into the Weekender game against Stanford, sports editor Sam Arslanian is joined by columnists Julia Poe and Keith Demolder to discuss what the Trojans need to do to win. After that, they discuss women’s soccer, men’s water polo and an emerging market — esports.
Your favorite music critics are back this year with fresh analysis of their favorite tunes. Host Kenan Draughorne and lifestyle editors Kanak Kapur and Matthew Philips talk about their picks for song of the summer, their favorite songs from the past week and the music they’re looking forward to this fall. Theme music by Joakim Karud.