Stories by Jeremy Pepper:
COVID-19 vaccinations come to the University Park Campus
After vaccinating thousands of people on the Health Sciences Campus, the university now turns to at-risk students, faculty and staff on its other campus.
Loyal KUSC listener leaves $8 million to USC Thornton and the station
Edward Judd Zobelein, a lifetime lover of classical music, has left gifts of $6 million to the USC Thornton School and $2 million to KUSC.
USC’s Bay Area station KDFC teams with San Francisco Conservatory of Music, moving to Arts District
The new Ute and William K. Bowes Jr. Center for Performing Arts will include facilities for the 70-year old radio station, the region’s leading classical music broadcaster.
Comic-Con, not just about comics any more, is changing the entertainment industry
USC experts note that the annual event, which opens Thursday in San Diego, is making a difference behind the scenes and on screen, too.