For many LGBTQ+ youth, their house is not a home. At school, many are given more of an opportunity to openly be themselves. But legislation like Florida's "Parental Rights in Education" bill threatens to take away this second home.
Elon Musk surprised people today spending nearly 3 billion dollars to buy almost 10% of Twitter. Musk is now the single largest shareholder. Ethan Huang asks, will this have consequences for free speech?
Nonprofit newsroom ProPublica was awarded the 2022 Seldon Ring Award for Investigative Reporting by the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. The organization won for their project called "The Secret FBI Files," a series of articles exposing the loopholes exploited by America's billionaires to avoid paying large sums of taxes. While the ultra-wealthy can evade taxes with little difficulty, reporting on their tactics comes with little ease. Here's Sophia Pelaez with the story.
A new exhibit featuring contemporary Asian artists will be unveiled for the occasion.
An organizing committee says they were given financial aid packages just weeks before starting work. Some RAs now have holds from overdue bills.
The goal is to raise awareness and combat the mounting rise in hate crimes across the city.
Taiwanese National Day honors service members and allows students to reconnect with others who identify as Taiwanese.
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.
Problems with overcrowding, mask-wearing, outdoor space and technical difficulties have made the fall semester less than ideal.