Equipped with tenacity and the experience-driven authority of their statuses as survivors, these student activists embody the future of political activism, one that has rapidly gained ground through smart social media strategies and cutting tweets aimed at politicians.
Geta Bratescu’s “The Leaps of Aesop,” Mark Bradford’s “New Works” and Louise Bourgeois’ “The Red Sky” are now on display.
Like many, I spent most of the last two weeks keeping up with the Winter Olympics. I am by no means a competitive sports fan; in fact, I didn’t even know what luge or skeleton were until last week. Nevertheless, I feel some sort of camaraderie with the American athletes who competed in PyeongChang. In […]
The food pantry, located in the Student Union, provides food options for students.
The program will take place on the new Roski campus in the Los Angeles Arts District.
Dora Gerardo helped start an annual STEM conference for young girls while at USC.
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"We cannot normalize “outsider” culture any longer. No matter how troubled an individual may seem, nobody is truly a lost cause."
"It’s difficult for me to believe that the individuals responsible for bringing the dream of El Centro to the grounds of this University would not recognize the need for inclusivity."
Long before blending musical styles became the norm in recent years, Monae’s albums were transcending traditional boundaries, seamlessly and effortlessly.