The Second Chance Prom gives queer students an opportunity to redo the heteronormative high school tradition
Organizers say traditional Earth Day celebrations often focus on the positives. They hope the event shows Los Angelenos the seriousness of environmental issues.
Ground Zero Performance Cafe has acted as a central meeting spot for creatives on campus, and is set to close down on May 11.
The university’s suit requests compensatory damages after the prank video creators disturbed a class.
She saw a gap in Black women’s health. Now, her organization, the California Black Women’s Health Project, helps advocate for Black women’s health care.
These small business owners created an online petition to increase access and funding for parking.
Those receiving degrees include well-known philanthropists, entertainers and athletes.
Businesses make wearing masks optional for vaccinated individuals, after an update in CDC guidelines. Opinions regarding the new rules remain divided.
The artist behind a 160-pound bronze memorial to Kobe and Gianna Bryant speaks about the athlete's legacy and the two-year anniversary of his passing.
After more than a year of canceled practices and tournaments due to COVID-19, USC club sports are eager to practice on campus. However, the ever-changing protocols are causing frustrations amongst players as many teams still face uncertainties in their season. Lara Prakash has more.
In the wake of the bombshell Title IX investigation, the school must prioritize student reports.
It’s Latinx Heritage Month and all month long, Annenberg Media will bring you stories of students, faculty, and staff who are making a difference within their communities.
Almost two years since the start of the Hong Kong Protests, students from Hong Kong have reflected on the time of the protests and how life was like during.
The reality and concerns of international students returning to campus