A look at how L.A.’s top universities treated their students, campus workers and professional staff during the pandemic.
In March Elon Musk tweeted, “Coronavirus panic is dumb.” Now Tesla has moved forcefully against self-quarantining workers.
Governor Newsom hopes a legislative agreement will set the stage for a political ceasefire in the state’s long fight over charter schools.
Wealthy parents caught gaming the system. Eli Broad spends on privatization. The price of each vote for L.A. school board race.
USC grad students are dismayed by the university’s handling of sexual harassment allegations against a professor.
Less than a week after a graduate student sued the University of Southern California for allegedly failing to adequately protect her from a professor who she said had sexually harassed her, students in USC’s School of Social Work told administrators they did not feel safe.
“Lil Bill” Flournoy’s bicycle-repair shop has a panoramic view of the community that he and his father have served for over 40 years — and of the new USC Village, which has pushed his business into the street.
Lovell Estell III: Will a major university be without childcare services?