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Need new studying tunes? Here’s some music to get you through finals week.
Action stations! It’s time for ‘Succession’ season three.
Los Angeles is spread over various Tongva villages.
Podcast Editor Abbey Martichenko sits down with features editor Sophia Ungaro to discuss the Daily Trojan’s newest supplement on Native students and how the edition is important for the USC community on Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Music by ThunderHoodie Beats.
"Titane" encourages you to cry, scream and throw up.
As live music returns, so does connecting in ways forgotten by the pandemic.
Los Angeles native Luis Alfaro channels his playwright expertise into “Chalk Lines.”
Every year, the Academy fails to represent the whole picture; while this year may spark hope there are still miles to go.
A student-owned and operated cafe that features live music offers a new community space amid the pandemic.
On this special episode of Rhythm and News, Digital Managing editor Lauren Mattice, Arts and Entertainment editors Angie Orellana Hernandez and Emily Sagen along with Features editor and film critic Sophia Ungaro talk about this year’s slate of Oscar nominations. They discuss the biggest snubs such as Delroy Lindo for Best Actor in “Da 5 […]