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Gen Alpha goes to Sephora


Social media’s beauty and lifestyle machine is driving today’s youngest internet users to the stores — and away from a carefree childhood.

If you give a squirrel a Cheeto…


For better or worse, squirrels have become a staple of campus life. News editor Nathan Elias and associate managing editor Reo examine the history of these ubiquitous creatures.
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The best of Daily Trojan Opinion, in audio form.

Where the opioid crisis meets USC


On the first “Soapbox” of the year, host Fabián Gutiérrez hears from staff writer Sherie Agcaoili and Team Awareness Combating Overdose’s USC chapter president Aisling Covell about the opioid epidemic, its impact on the University community, and what its members can do to keep themselves and others safe.
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TALKIN’ TROY
Everything you need to know about one of the biggest names in college sports: the USC Trojans.

USC basketball mid-season check-in


Thomas Johnson, Joshua Sacher and Jack Hallinan gather to have a midseason check-in on the state of USC basketball as the women's team flies high and the men's squad flounders amid high expectations.
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Editor
RHYTHM AND NEWS
Pop culture breakdowns and discussions with individuals in the USC community.

Holiday madness and a snapshot of 2023 released music

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This week on “Rhythm and News,” our hosts welcome you back to the last segment of "Snap Crackle Pop" for the Fall 2023 semester! This week’s episode features guest Eliza Poster to discuss a recap of music released in 2023. Also in this episode, our hosts close out the semester with all things holidays: movies, music and traditions. Thank you so much for listening to “Rhythm and News” this semester, and we hope you all have a wonderful break. This episode was written and hosted by Caitlin Roehmholdt, Amrita Sundaresan, Alison Mitchell, Chris Turino, Fitz Cain and guest, Eliza Poster; Edited by Abigail Park; produced by Auburn D’Artell and Jonathan Park. “Rhythm and News” is one of four shows on the Daily Trojan podcast network. You can find more episodes anywhere you listen to podcasts, as well as our website, dailytrojan.com.
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More than an Athlete
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