Former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has been appointed a professor of practice at the USC Price School of Public Policy. The university announced Villaraigosa’s appointment in a press release on Friday. The title of “professor of practice” is reserved for individuals who have made “significant contributions in the public practice of their field of expertise,” according […]
Twenty-one percent of Angelenos, the lowest in years, voted in the March 5 election.
All candidates have cited job growth and education progress in their platforms.
Students urge next L.A. mayor to focus more attention to the university and student body.
Chinatown looks to show off its fresh, lively side with a Year of the Snake celebration.
Students use local elections to exercise political activism and work with candidates.
Emanuel Pleitez discussed his hopes for L.A.-area public education at an event held Monday night.
University administrators, the City Council and the mayor’s office all seek compromise.
USC Trustee and developer Rick Caruso will not run for L.A. mayor in 2013, he announced in a statement Thursday night. Caruso, the namesake for USC’s Catholic Center, is known for developing the Grove and the Americana at Brand shopping centers and for serving as a former city commissioner. “As a lifelong Angeleno, I have […]
President Barack Obama stopped in Los Angeles on Sunday to speak at his star-studded “30 Days to Victory Concert” at LA Live. More than 6,000 people packed the Nokia Theatre to hear an all-star lineup of musical acts including Katy Perry, Jon Bon Jovi, Stevie Wonder and Earth, Wind & Fire. Actor George Clooney, Mayor […]