Talkin’ Troy S2E1: The Search for Offense


Prevent editor Aidan Berg is joined by columnist and former host Sam Arslanian and staff writer Josh An for their takes on Kliff Kingsbury's rapid departure from the USC offensive coordinator position. They also make predictions for the rest of the USC men's basketball season. Music by Joakim Karud.

General Education S3E1: Fraternity Rush Season


This week, Natalie talks with news editors Mia Speier and Andrea Klick about changes to fraternity rush. What makes this year’s Greek recruitment different from past years? They also discuss the processes of reporting on Greek life at USC. Music by Joakim Karud.

Rhythm and News S3E1: The Best Films of 2018


To kick off the third season, lifestyle editors Matthew Philips and Isa Uggetti chat with staff writer Ryan Song about their top three favorites movies from 2018, from Bo Burnham’s “Eighth Grade” to the Netflix original “Roma.” Honorable mentions included. Music by Joakim Karud.

General Education S3E1: Springing Forward


In the first episode of this season, new host Natalie Bettendorf is joined by Editor-in-Chief Allen Pham and Associate Managing Editor Karan Nevatia. This week, they discuss the application process for the Daily Trojan and the Daily Trojan’s environmental series, “Speck of Green,” that launched at the end of last semester. Music by Joakim Karud.

Talkin’ Troy S1E13: Season Finale


In Talkin' Troy's final episode of the season, Sam, Rebecca, and Eric debate Atheltic Director Lynn Swan's decision to keep Clay Helton as the football team’s head coach. They also make predictions on what the next season would look like for the Trojans. Music by Joakim Karud.

General Education S2E14: High Frequency: Viet Thanh Nguyen


Karan talks with University professor and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Viet Thanh Nguyen for this season’s final episode of General Education. Nguyen will start teaching at USC again next semester, after being on sabbatical leave. They discuss the Asian American identity, refugees and the USC community. Music by Joakim Karud.