It’s no secret that the hyper-saturated sorority and fraternity drama of the big screen has spilled over less glamorously into real life. As the upcoming fall term approaches, universities across the country have released and repealed a myriad of guidelines regarding their Greek rows aimed at better-regulating behavior before it becomes dangerous or costly.
Creased spines. A scent somewhere between mildew and vanilla. Dimensions that never quite align with the rest of the inventory on your bookshelf. You’ve arrived at the classics section – but will you find any treasures?
‘The nightmare of a lifetime’: Illicit pills bring efforts to keep teenagers alive to a critical juncture
As teen overdose rates rise, traditional and modern approaches to drug education are at a crossroads in the fight to keep LAUSD students alive through graduation.
Once an aspiring firefighter, rising senior Diego Andrade is now filling his summer with journalism, late night drives and comic books – and he couldn’t be happier.
‘They’re like the best parts of humans’: Dr. Paula Kahumbu on elephant culture, conservation efforts and ‘The Secrets of Elephants’
Elephants have long been regarded as one of the most intelligent animals on planet Earth, but Dr. Paula Kahumbu said intelligence is just scratching the surface of the multitudes elephants contain.
From customer brawls to secret security cameras, and break-ins to still not knowing a coworker’s name four months in, Kinda, Almost, No Longer Employed is a new column focused on discussing the nitty gritty of teen employment.
Los Angeles’ first woman mayor led a campaign founded on housing and policing reform and narrowly won in a contentious election against city developer Rick Caruso. 100 days post-election, a recap on the first months of Karen Bass’ term is in store.
With more and more sellers adding tip options to services that traditionally don’t offer the chance for such extra fees, the complexities and contention over tipping have only grown.
Holiday movies, cheesy as they may be, offer something much more concrete than overplayed soundtracks: a chance to believe in happily ever afters. Queer and trans people shouldn’t be exempt from such simple, reassuring pleasures.
At GALA, a unique combination of theatre and law has created an unprecedented community battling its way up the competitive rungs of California mock trial.