President Joe Biden is running for re-election and the decision elicits skeptical reactions from student voters
Despite controversies, Mayor Bass’ homeless initiative receives support from experts and non-profits. Inside Safe Program aims to secure housing through hotels for unhoused individuals in Los Angeles.
Restaurateur, Netflix TV personality and food media creator will address Annenberg undergraduates May 12.
Students and Swifties react to Taylor Swift’s recent breakup
Prominent speakers discussed the importance of seeking common ground on Tuesday’s panel.
Ahead of April fool's day, an anonymous lawsuit advocating the euthanization of squirrels finds itself at the center of jokes and speculation
USC students express support for Biden’s debt relief program amidst Supreme Court’s deliberations, with the Conservative-majority court will decide the fate of the President’s plans
We interviewed each of the USG presidentail candidates about their positions and platforms. See what Divya Jakatdar and Michelle Lu said is the crux of their campaign.
Your one-stop-shop guide to every candidate running for USG President.
Fewer than one-third of community college hopeful transfers actually succeed after six years of studying
Behind closed doors lies uncomfortable -- and sometimes scandalous -- truths.A leaked audio recording of L.A. City Council President Nury Martínez, with Councilmembers Gil Cedillo and Kevin de Leon as well as L.A. County Federation of Labor President, Ron Herrera, revealed racist and crude sentiments. The recording was made about a year ago, but was posted to Reddit and then reported by the L.A. Times yesterday. The group was discussing redrawing council district boundaries and which groups would maintain power and influence.Martínez is heard on the tape making racist remarks about white Councilman Mike Bonin’s two-year-old adopted Black son.Martínez, de Leon, Herrera and Cedillo apologized separately on Sunday, and Martínez issued more apologies today as she announced her resignation as Council president. She remains a member of the City Council.
The highest court in the land will tackle contentious cases as it begins a new session today.
Students celebrate the Jewish New Year by attending services at Hillel, baking challah and enjoying apples and honey.
President Biden surprised many people over the weekend. In an interview with CBS’ 60 Minutes. Biden declared that the COVID-19 pandemic is “over." He added that the virus remains a problem in the U.S.. Nicole Bednar looks at the president’s motivations to say we’re moving past the pandemic.