Performed by USC drama students, the play centers around a real-life case of a New York City hotel worker and her alleged assault by a high-powered politician.
At the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, kids from across L.A. gather to sing, dance and learn. There are interactive classes focusing on everything from salsa dance to musical theater–the best part, especially in the wake of the pandemic and the controversies surrounding the lack of funding for arts education? It’s completely free. Here’s Charlotte Phillipp with the story.
Political experts say the swing state is seeing a massive red wave, which could be influential to both the House and Senate.
Peter Knell and Stephanie Fleischmann’s opera follows the true story of Vasili Arkhipov, a Soviet naval co-captain who disobeyed orders to stop the launch of a missile that may have destroyed life as we know it.
An overview of the 'This is not America's Flag' exhibition at the Broad.
Marilyn Flynn will plead guilty, admitting she helped to funnel $100,000 to an L.A. county supervisor in exchange for a USC contract.
As the city of Los Angeles prepares to host the 2028 Olympic Games, many activists are arguing that the games will accelerate gentrification, displacement and construction throughout L.A.
Nearly 50 years after the case was first decided, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the landmark decision.
The announcement of Suzanne Nora Johnson as the new chair comes in the wake of former chair Rick Caruso's decision to resign to focus on his mayoral campaign.
Organizers say traditional Earth Day celebrations often focus on the positives. They hope the event shows Los Angelenos the seriousness of environmental issues.
During Thursday’s state of the university address, President Folt shared her plans for campus development, which she called “moonshots.”
The senate passed a resolution Thursday asking the Office of the Provost to reconsider their previous ruling not to extend the deadline.
The university’s suit requests compensatory damages after the prank video creators disturbed a class.
The change will be considered for some buildings on the Health Sciences Campus, too.
Before anyone can walk on the USC campus, they have to use Trojan Check. It’s a covid-tracking system used by students, faculty, and anyone that wants to visit our college campus. Charlotte Phillipp takes an inside look at how the system functions to get almost 20,000 undergraduates tested for Covid-19 and on to campus so they can get to class on time.