KSCR Friends’ Countdown to 2010 Alumni of KSCR, USC’s student-run radio station, have initiated a fundraising campaign to raise $1 million by 2010 – the 35th anniversary of KSCR. The fundraising is set to begin Nov. 1 at USC’s homecoming game where there will be a KSCR booth on campus. Proceeds will go to the purchase and repair of equipment and stipends for the staff. KSCR can be heard on 1560 AM or online at kscr.org.

LMU a Top School for Hispanics According to the May 2008 issue of The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine, Loyola Marymount University was placed on the list for the top 100 colleges and universities for Hispanics. The rankings are determined by the total number of degrees that each school awarded to Hispanics and also the number of Hispanics enrolled at that college. LMU ranked 93rd for bachelor degrees awarded, and ranked 95th for enrollment, with 1738 enrolled out of 8972 students.

Flea a Student at USC You read the title right! Flea, the bassist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers is now a student of music. He’s attending USC’s Thornton School of Music as a freshman this fall. Who would have thought that school could get this “hot?”

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