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L.A. Times journalist shares advice from his 50 year career

L.A. Times journalist shares advice from his 50 year career

L.A. Times journalist Doug Smith discussed his family’s legacy at the newspaper and talked writing tips with High School Insider summer interns Thursday. From his dimly lit office room, beside his robustly decorated bookcase and video-game invested grandson, Smith...

Roddie Anderson pursues his passion for basketball

Roddie Anderson pursues his passion for basketball

Roddie Anderson dribbled the ball to the rhythm of his heartbeat as he slowly looked up to his teammates watching the defense’s hands in the air and his teammate's feet shuffling from side to side, trying to stay open for a pass. Ten seconds pass — he still looks for...

LACMA: The slow return of museums

LACMA: The slow return of museums

Since March 13, 2020, when shops, restaurants and schools closed down, so did museums. After several months, one popular museum opened back up: the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Featuring new and old exhibits, viewers enter each room in awe. Scroll through this...

Opinion: The rise in anti-Asian hate should not be normalized

Opinion: The rise in anti-Asian hate should not be normalized

In late March 2020, more than 650 acts of racist acts against Asian Americans took place leading President Joe Biden to take further action to counter the rise in hate crimes. As the COVID-19 pandemic surfaced, many Asian Americans experienced a rise in hate crimes...

Gen Z and politics

Gen Z and politics

Sociologist Roger Hart developed the idea of the Ladder of Young People's Participation in his book, Children's Participation: The Theory and Practice of Involving Young Citizens In Community Development and Environmental Care. This ladder describes the eight degrees...