With classes remaining online until April, multimedia editor Kevin Camargo talks to Chief Health Officer Sarah Van Orman about USC’s efforts amid concerns regarding coronavirus. We’ll also hear from news editor Shaylee Navarro about the Daily Trojan’s coverage on the impact coronavirus has had on students and University decision-making. Music by Joakim Karud.
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Associate managing editor Nathan Ackerman sits down with sports editor Shawn Farhadian and assistant sports editor David Ramirez to talk about men’s basketball win against UCLA, as well as give their Pac-12 Tournament predictions. They also give a quick shoutout to USC baseball for its impressive weekend. Music by Joakim Karud.
Arts & entertainment editor Ellice Ellis is joined by artist Jairus Edwards as he reflects on his career and musical influences. He is a junior in the Thornton School of Music majoring in jazz vocal performance and will be performing at GearFest Saturday. Music by Joakim Karud.
Associate managing editor Nathan Ackerman sits down with sports editors Shawn Farhadian and Stuart Carson to talk about how the men’s and women’s basketball teams fare in the Pac-12 tournament. The trio talk about expectations from both teams as well as the recent success of the women’s team. Music by Joakim Karud.
The University of Chicago’s recent decision is a positive change for potential students.
Provost Michael Quick announced the implementation of a two-day break during the Fall semester in a memorandum sent to the USC community Wednesday. The break will take place in October around the eighth week of the semester starting in 2019. In his memo, Provost Quick acknowledged the Academic Calendar Committee for working to create the […]
Los Angeles Apparel is striving to make “relevant, iconic clothing,” while still paying each worker a living wage.
The week-long event boasts showcases, free workshops and plenty of performances.
The cross-country tour will touch down at the Resident in downtown L.A. on Friday.
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