In this story, we meet three women who turn to thrifting and upcycling as ways to drive the fashion industry toward more sustainable practices.
Students can help relieve stress and prioritize their mental health when becoming plant parents.
South L.A. plant shops continue to flourish as plant shop owners uphold businesses of color
The long-held rite of passage that now comes at an academic cost.
Despite a high number of visitors coming to campus, students raise little concern about COVID-19 infections.
A student body once devastated by the local bar’s closure is eager to welcome back the local hotspot.
USC students say the lack of transparency and timeliness throughout the lengthy SJACS disciplinary process has hurt their mental health.
L.A. Times journalist Luis Sinco is a man of many contradictions. A self-proclaimed “good dad” of three, he utters profanities almost as frequently as common nouns. He has enjoyed his work, but criticizes the job for its many downfalls. He admires the generosity of newspaper owners, but fears their influence. He encourages young journalists, but isn’t shy to exclaim his readiness to retire. He is one of many who can’t help their passion for work in a declining industry.
Over one year after the university transitioned to online learning, students, faculty, and staff have all had plenty of time to reflect on the Zoom experience. Three Annenberg faculty members share their takeaways from the virtual school year.