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The 23-track album “Un Verano Sin Ti” released May 6, just in time for summer.
Look at the bottom four lines of the iconic festival’s lineup for your new playlist.
The concert was held in McCarthy quad for the first time ever.
The Live2 Showcase 4, the fourth in the series, was held at L.A. Skate Club Friday.
Some Bay Area bops to listen to if you missed out on the Weekender trip.
Committed music consumers understand the invigorating anticipation that comes from waiting for 9 p.m. Thursday to finally stream the music releases that have marked our calendars for weeks. It’s a weekly ritual and the only time where we can consume music in the most raw way — before major reviews are released and opinions are […]
A new arts collective at USC is making space for intersectional creatives.
As Los Angeles County plans to ease restrictions after moving to the orange tier, USC continues to prepare for increased on-campus access.
One in five students are the first in their family to attend college and students from ethnic groups historically underrepresented in college increased.
The provost also announced that current undergraduate students can take up to 32 units pass / no pass toward their degree.