China knows no boundaries when it comes to defending the placement of their borders. This week, Get SChooled! provides some insight on the ongoing territorial disputes between China and its neighboring countries. Joining us is Dr. Brett Sheehan, a Chinese history professor & the Director of the East Asian Studies Center at USC. This is an episode not to miss out on!
Dr. Brett Sheehan can be found here:
This week, Emily & Gracie interview Tricialee Friedman from Pop Pilates – check out how it changed her life and how you can do it too! Bonus points if you try out Hima’s awesome fast fall recipe!
Haley meets her new co-host Dan (not Daniel) and begins her quest for romance. Meanwhile Dan prepares for his debut at the most reputable local news station this side of the Prime Meridian. Oh and Haley goes grocery shopping.
The Balance team talks sleeping and snacking right during midterm season and works out with Brandi Polk from Studio 262!
The premiere episode of Get Schooled! Professor Kirsten Eggers joins us to talk about the role of improv on and off-stage. Then, watch as show host Vaibhav Ramrakhani takes part in an improv scene during the second half!
Professor Kirsten Eggers page: http://dramaticarts.usc.edu/kirstin-eggers
In this episode of On the Spot, Matt lets the improvisers out of their cages and back into the studio to entertain all of the happy people at home. It’s so good to be back for another fun-filled season.
Hungry before gameday? Try out these treats made especially for Trojan Tailgates!
Hosts Anissa and Keith talk everything from earthquakes to Charles Tillman before Jeremy Tardy joins the party to play “White People Said What?” and talk about his role in Netflix’s Dear White People.
We say goodbye to the only stable thing on this show: Ben’s presence. He refelcts on his time on this wild ride we call life while Haley is also there.
Will Haley ever get an episode named after her!? FIND OUT NEXT!
Good Friday, indeed! New Jesus is here to spread the good word, and Haley tells us what she knows about farming (Spoiler Alert: It’s a lot).
Ben searches for his ties with the help of Secretary Haley in a daring, yet rather trivial, piece of black and white cinema. THRILLING!