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USC Professor Looks Back on Northridge Quake

20 years later, Annenberg professor Jonathan Aronson still remembers the Northridge earthquake.

Professor Jonathan Aronson was home was at the time of the Northridge earthquake, but he still remembers waking up to his house shaking.

"I jumped up to make sure my kids were okay," explained Aronson.

He said USC was largely spared from any major damage, however some changes have happened over the years.

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