A monopolistic ‘not-for-profit’ company plays a huge part in the process and an archaic test determines whether you are ‘worthy’ of attending a prestigious school.
At the 30th annual CSUN J-Day, high school students learned from journalism workshops and competitions
More than 90 students attended the 30th annual CSUN Journalism Day on October 15. Students attended workshops led by professional journalists, competed in media contests and learned from keynote speaker Julio Cortez, Associated Press staff photographer and 2021...
Marshall students walked out Oct. 20 in demand of feeling safer at school after a stabbing on campus the day prior.
BeReal is a new app where people take unfiltered photos of their daily life.
Sixty high schools across the U.S. will offer AP African American Studies. The course will address civil rights, politics, literature, the arts and geography.
Players compete in four rounds of Scrabble each Wednesday night and bond over a love of language.
Food trucks in Los Angeles have connected our community culturally and socially. As the food truck industry grows, female food truck owners are determined to empower more female leaders to enter the space.
The best of both worlds; Sungjoo Yoon showcases the importance of the debate community through his writing
Sungjoo Yoon is able to find a balance between his two biggest passions and capture their essence by advocating for their importance.
Macias will be a journalism major at the University of Southern California this fall.
HSI is hosting eight students for the 2022 summer internship.