Mayor Eric Garcetti’s ‘Basic Income Guaranteed’ Program expects to help thousands of South L.A. families
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) partnered with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), the nation’s leading energy research lab, and the University of Southern California, to model an entirely renewable-based grid and plan a clean energy future for all of LA’s diverse communities.
Instagram page helps Trojans find lost love, shout out friends, and voice opinions on USC.
The rideshare company plans to contribute approximately $500,000 worth of free rides for South Los Angeles residents to travel to a new vaccination site at USC.
Jimmy Iovine and Rich Kleiman spoke on entrepreneurship, innovation and the pandemic at a joint USC Annenberg and Iovine and Young Academy panel on March 10.
For many South Los Angeles residents, getting their shots has proved to be challenging due to the racial disparities in vaccine distribution. At Kedren Community Health Center, health officials said they have seen the racial inequities firsthand.
Though Texas has specific problems with its electric grid, energy infrastructure in Los Angeles and beyond is “outdated,” according to USC environmental studies professor.
Local activist group USC Forward led a car caravan through the University Park neighborhood to push for the reallocation of DPS funds amid increased debate over what the future of student safety should look like.
USC is in the final week of classes and students are waiting to see if the university will extend the pass/ no pass deadline beyond this Friday to after finals. Catherine Landaas spoke with some students about the issue.
As part of our ongoing election coverage, each Tuesday, we will be giving background information on the measures on the California ballot. This week, we explore Proposition 21, which centers on reining in skyrocketing rent increases.
As the COVID-19 death toll surpassed 1 million worldwide, health experts emphasized the need for citizens to follow public health guidelines to slow the transmission of the coronavirus. As temperatures cool down and the influenza season approaches, it is expected that the number of COVID-19 cases will rise, especially threatening the United States which has had over 200,000 COVID-19 deaths.