Tomorrow marks President Biden’s first 100 days in the Oval Office – the time-honored, yet somewhat arbitrary, milestone the public seizes as an opportune time to scrutinize every aspect of a new president’s performance so far. So, in keeping with tradition, it’s time to analyze how the President is addressing the unique challenges college-aged students in America face today.
USC offered admission on Tuesday to more than 8,804 students from across the world to begin in fall 2021. Selected from nearly 71,000 applicants, this group is one of the most diverse accepted classes in USC history.
South L.A. Residents reflect on the COVID-19 pandemic
University will “strongly encourage” but not require vaccinations for in-person fall 2021 return.
Netflix is set to release a docudrama retelling the college admissions scandal next week. The film, entitled “Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal,” will mix fact and fiction, re-enacting real life conversations between parents and mastermind William “Rick” Singer, played by Matthew Modine.
The Los Angeles Board of Education unanimously voted to cut one-third of LAUSD officers in schools and reallocate funding to support Black students on Feb. 16. The new plan, called the Black Student Achievement Plan, will create new resources for Black students’ education and safety.
A mobile pop-up vaccine clinic is open for residents 65 years or older at the South Park Recreational Center in South Los Angeles through Friday, February 12, according to local officials.