During the COVID-19 pandemic, schools across Los Angeles adapted to online learning and got creative in finding new ways to engage with students in the virtual classroom. This was no different for the Critical Media Project (CMP) at USC, which transformed its curriculum and mentorship into the Critical Makers Lab — a virtual program to teach teens about the power of representation and identity.
USC president Carol Folt announced that the university will require all on-campus students to be vaccinated in the fall. The university's chief health officer urged students to get vaccinated.
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A collection of COVID-19 vaccination sites near South Los Angeles.
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Dímelo reporter Emily Bonilla celebrates her favorite Latina artists and their impact in her life this Women's History Month.
Starting March 15, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health allowed restaurants, gyms, zoos, and museums, among other businesses, to resume indoor operations at limited capacities.
The rideshare company plans to contribute approximately $500,000 worth of free rides for South Los Angeles residents to travel to a new vaccination site at USC.
When USC closed its doors in March 2020, many students assumed they would return to campus after spring break, never imagining that campus would be closed for more than a year. For some students, the upcoming fall semester will mark their first time on campus
International students living in different time zones face greater pressures and challenges in order to survive school. Technical issues happen frequently. Time differences can make their learning experience even more difficult.
USC's office of admissions announced they would extend the university's test-optional admissions policy for two more years, after enacting it during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Tree Yoga Cooperative is hosting a special two-day Yoga Teacher Training workshop over Zoom this weekend in South Los Angeles to expand on their celebration of Black history this month.
Forget love at first sight, USC students are turning to dating apps like Tinder and Bumble to find love at first swipe during Covid-19.
As final exam season nears, students are having a difficult time balancing the weight of the election with their academics.