Heightened food insecurity and supply chain issues as a result of COVID-19 are impacting holiday preparations for community organizations.
Intersections South L.A. traveled south of the 10 freeway to talk with locals about having their home featured on Issa Rae’s HBO original series.
The flag has garnered attention across campus from people who see it as ‘insensitive.’
USC's chief health officer Dr. Sarah Van Orman said as of Tuesday, 35% of undergraduate students have received their shots.
Updated Los Angeles County Public Health guidelines require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within three days of a large outdoor event.
After a year and a half of Zoom theater, the School of Dramatic Arts is tackling in-person rehearsals and performances with new COVID-19 testing protocols.
A student body once devastated by the local bar’s closure is eager to welcome back the local hotspot.
The absence of ballot drop-off boxes on campus created a different atmosphere for students voting in Tuesday’s recall compared to the 2020 presidential election.
On-campus tailgating will be allowed at 25 percent capacity, while students are excited yet wary of the shifting COVID restrictions.