As vaccination numbers rise across Los Angeles, LA Metro is looking to incentivize its regular and returning riders with improvements to its bus and rail system.
International students faced unique challenges during the pandemic, such as taking class in a different time zone and various levels of isolation.
“We are in the midst of a truly significant transition among our School of Journalism faculty,” said Gordon Stables, director of the journalism school.
Students suggested ways for fellow Muslims to celebrate the month-long holiday during a time of isolation and academic stress.
Chris Sutherland became a recognizable USC figure following his social media stardom. But he’s stepping away from traditional academia, calling it “fatally flawed.”
Through a new update from Apple, apps designed to mine personal data will be limited by a pop-up, allowing users to decide for themselves whether to disclose their information.
Caitlyn Jenner, who’s made a name for herself as a reality TV star and trans activist, has filed paperwork to run for governor of California, according to her Twitter statement on April 23. If elected, she would be the first trans person to hold office at the governor’s level.
Former police officer convicted on two counts of murder and one count of manslaughter after months of protests for racial justice.
Dr. Kyung Jung sent an email to students suggesting they consider switching out of his organic chemistry class. Soon after, the chemistry department said he wouldn’t be teaching the course.
How the Muslim community has adapted with a second year of virtual celebrations.
Recently, NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, gained widespread attention in popular culture and the media. They have entered the worlds of entertainment, sports, business and now, even journalism. In 2020, the NFT market brought in $250 million in sales, according to a report by Forbes.
She claims she faced a hostile work environment where she was discriminated against for being a Black woman.
On April 6, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors set up a working group to address anti-Asian hate and violence. Meanwhile, in Washington, D.C, a coalition of activists called on the Justice Department to step up enforcement efforts.
Some said the indoor studying spaces helped them feel more productive and hopeful about an eventual return to campus.
On Saturday, nearly 2000 people congregated together on Olympic Boulevard in Koreatown, Los Angeles for a rally against Asian hate following the Atlanta Spa Shootings, an act of domestic terrorism that took the lives of eight people, four of whom were Korean American women.