Leehwa Wedding & Traditional Korean Dress brings the formal Korean attire back in style by introducing a modern touch.
Sherry Chang left the beauty industry, directing her talents toward gorgeous confections made with Korean rice cakes instead.
The year-long program will direct over $1 million of funding toward L.A. community college students facing housing insecurity.
A cross-collaboration of environmental studies and Roski students are ready to unveil their creative globe designs.
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Organizers say traditional Earth Day celebrations often focus on the positives. They hope the event shows Los Angelenos the seriousness of environmental issues.
These small business owners created an online petition to increase access and funding for parking.
Speakers shared their professional experiences at the annual leadership conference.
Commuting students talk about the inflation of U.S. gas prices, affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count took place from Feb. 22 through Feb. 24, resuming after a year-long hiatus due to the pandemic.
Professors and students anticipate an “overdue” addition to the history faculty.
Some students say little has changed a year after Christopher Manning was hired but others believe that DEI initiatives take time to implement.
The Metrolink rail system offers free rides each year on the day, but some residents say more needs to be done to ensure Angelenos have access to equitable transportation.
APIDA organizations at USC share their various experiences and traditions around the Year of the Tiger.
Music recitals are open to live audiences as concerts resume following a long COVID-19 induced break.