General Education: Homicides targeting Los Angeles’ unhoused population and other stories

Renovations to “Old” Annenberg, improvements to USC athletic facilities and stadiums, dorm demolitions and a new contract for Keck School of Medicine housestaff. Host Grace Ingram speaks to staff writer Zack Lara, who wrote an article about homicides against the unhoused population of Los Angeles. Content warning: This episode contains references to violence from 3:37 to 9:26

General Education: USC’s athletic director resigns, Student Health offers summer services and a research project on regenerative agriculture

This week on General Education, host Kevin Gramling recaps two articles about the USC athletic director’s resignation as well as USC Student Health’s summer services. Afterwards, Kevin speaks with staff writer Claire Qiu about her recent article on a pair of USC students’ research project on regenerative agriculture.

General Education: Lack of diversity among USC’s tenured faculty, a sustainability town hall and an interview on the University’s fossil fuel divestment

This week on General Education, host Kevin Gramling recaps two articles about the lack of ethnic diversity among tenured faculty at USC and the sustainability town hall hosted Tuesday. Kevin also speaks to finance beat writer Sparsh Sharma about his article on the university's fossil fuel divestment.

General Education: Allyson Felix Field, a new USG initiative, and an interview on USC’s rabbinic intern

This week on General Education host Kevin Gramling recaps two articles about the track field dedicated to Allyson Felix and the bill drafted by the USG aimed at increasing funding transparency. Kevin also speaks to Jennifer Nehrer about her recent profile about a queer, Jewish student whose authenticity inspires those around her. Hosted by Kevin […]

General Education: Initiative to expand languages, a new provost and number of humanities majors consistent

This week on General Education, host Grace Ingram recaps two articles about the newly appointed provost and a study that finds that the number of humanities majors at USC have generally remained unchanged. She also speaks to Marcel Lacey about his article “Student Initiative Looks to Diversify Languages on Campus”