We chatted with David Dadiomov, an expert in therapeutic use of psychedelic drugs to learn what Newsom’s veto means.
We explain the potential government shutdown to students and got their reactions to the news.
USG’s dedication to equitable funding resulted in many established organizations not receiving funding they rely on.
Disparities in housing prices across racial and ethnic groups affect South L.A. residents.
Proposed labor contract includes increased wages, bonus payments and health benefits.
The festival in Inglewood this weekend raised questions about safety at large concert venues.
Following an overwhelming vote to unionize, graduate workers will look to address university misconduct.
Students have varying opinions on what Valentine’s Day means, but regardless, USC and the surrounding area are hosting numerous events to celebrate the holiday.
In a move praised by mental health advocates and experts, LA County has partnered with telehealth company Hazel Health to offer virtual therapy services to its 1.3 million public K-12 students.