After a five year hiatus, Compton native Kendrick Lamar announced that the sequel to his Pulitzer Prize winning record “DAMN” will be set to release on the 13th of May. Lamar took to social media on Monday morning to respond to a viral tweet suggesting that he was retiring from music. Lamar responded with a link to his website “oklama.com” which contained a memo. In that memo, was the announcement and name of the new album, “Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers”.
Good Karma Records is one of the first decentralized autonomous organizations in music, giving power back to artists.
Starting Dec. 3, RAs won’t report to work following frustration over well-being and fair pay.
An organizing committee says they were given financial aid packages just weeks before starting work. Some RAs now have holds from overdue bills.
Users can document their experience, connect with other sexual assault survivors and access free mental health and legal resources.
Despite a Nov. 1 deadline, it’s unlikely that flu shot non-compliance will affect campus access immediately.
After more than one year of remote learning and social distancing, sexual assault at USC could become even more prevalent as students celebrate their return to campus.
“We have an opportunity to learn what’s working and where we can improve,” Gina Whisenant, USC’s waste and recycling supervisor, said.
The university is revamping the United University Church into an innovative space with new resources for SDA, which has long lacked sufficient practice and performance space.
‘Students are grappling with long wait times and limited options for on-campus dining.’