Wynn Bruce sets himself on fire in front of U.S. Supreme Court
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”.
Last week, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was confirmed as the first African American woman on the United States Supreme Court. Here's Evan Wyno [Way-no] on the ramifications of her arrival.
E3 is considered the largest gaming expo of the year. But in late March, the Entertainment Software Association announced that this year's E3 has been canceled. Bella Durgin-Johnson has more on what this means...
An “offensive chant” directed at BYU fans came from the USC student section Saturday.
When dining on campus, students with food allergies have three different dining hall options
The 2020 report reported a 76% increase in hate crimes committed against the AAPI community, with the Black community experiencing the most hate crimes over all
The student-led organization estimates that it has distributed over 150 benzodiazepine test strips since making them available last Friday
Students from outside California adjust to the state’s characteristic quakes
Staying close to campus for Fall Break? Here is a list of things to do around L.A.
Updated Los Angeles County Public Health guidelines require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within three days of a large outdoor event.
Bridges to Business Success Program mentors small business owners disproportionately affected during the pandemic.
Lack of a Zoom option in classrooms, physically inaccessible events and more make students with disabilities feel like they’re not being considered in the return to campus.