Campus Vision is a new short web series featuring interviews with people from organizations from across USC’s campus that are working to keep our community connected.
Episode 01: Native American Student Assembly
For our first episode of Campus Vision, we are joined by Maracea Chase and Kolton Nephew from the Native American Student Assembly to discuss their recent recognition by USC’s Student Government!
Maracea Chase – Executive Director of NASA
Kolton Nephew – Co-Assistant Director of NASA
Episode 02: Voting
Jillian Russell and Maddi Moran talk Trojans through the process of voting and registering to vote for the 2020 election.
Episode 03: QuASA and USC's Annual Drag Show
In this episode, Nevaeh Spivey talks to Ren Ye about USC’s Queer and Ally Student Assembly. Ren is also the director of USC’s 11th Annual Drag Show, which will take be streamed on Twitch on November 14, time TBD.
Ren Ye – Assistant Director of QUASA
Episode 04: HackSC
Campus Vision host, Maddi Moran, sits down with President Katie Wong and Vice President Diya Mehta of HackSC to learn all about their upcoming spring hackathon and how you can get involved!
Katie Wong – President, HackSC
Episode 05: KXSC
In our fall finale episode of Campus Vision, host Nevaeh Spivey interviews Live Sessions Director Gabby Gray on all things KSXC, USC’s student-run radio station. Learn all about the station’s recent e-fest, adapting to virtual programming, and how you can get involved!
Gabby Gray – Live Sessions Director
Episode 06: Trojan Marching Band
In our second season premiere of Campus Vision, Aseem Aggarwal sits down with Director Jake Vogel and Recruitment Manager Andrés Caballero of USC’s iconic marching band, The Spirit of Troy! Learn all about how they’ve adapted to Zoom practices and ways you can get involved with Hollywood’s band.
Jacob Vogel – Band Director, Arranger
Andrés Caballero – Recruitment Manager and Trombone Section Performer
Campus Vision Team
Campus Vision is growing! Email Sophia Mazzella (email@example.com) if you’d like to volunteer as a producer, host, researcher, or editor. You can also email us if you have an organization or event you’d like us to profile on Campus Vision.