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Listen to “Profiling 101” on Spreaker. Originally recorded in April 2019. We’re taking a brief hiatus this week but we will be back next week with a brand new episode. The episode you’re about to hear features an introduction to profiling prominent figures. It’s a great lesson for any new reporter, and a great reminder […]

Following the lead of other top tier universities, USC mandated in 2018 that first-time students must wait to establish a GPA to rush Greek organizations. A few fraternities and sororities sued the school over this policy — and lost. Now, the courts have reversed the decision, and the policy’s fate is uncertain. Music by Joakim Karud.

There are some big changes coming to USC, including a new president and a reinvented coliseum. This week on General Education, Sean is joined by three blastZONE writers who covered these renovations before classes even started. Music by Joakim Karud.

On-campus apartments for transfers will allow them to thrive at USC.

Today, police brutality is a leading cause of death for Black men.

Matthew Olson, 18, was walking on the freeway Saturday morning when he was struck by two vehicles — one of which drove away.

We’re turning a new leaf, shifting our focus, changing our name.

The Concerned Faculty of USC said it wanted to see a more “compassionate” statement from the University.

Tony Bland will avoid prison time after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit bribery.

The star-studded track and field teams look to carry their recent momentum heading into the championships.