My youth played into my naivete, and I had not yet realized my school’s curriculum had failed to represent Asians in any substantial way.
Non-California and low-income families may be left out of festivities.
These classes create competition, a cutthroat culture and discourage students from subjects they want to study.
This week we’re taking a look at two artistic event series on campus: “Jazz Nights” in the Thornton School of Music and “Roski Talks” in Roski School of Art and Design. Host Sean Flannelly speaks with professor of critical studies and director of the masters curatorial program Karen Moss, while Daily Trojan‘s Simran Sandhu reports […]
Danny Trejo, widely known for his role in "Spy Kids" as Machete, joined an Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism class on Hollywood and entertainment as a guest speaker to talk about his life experiences and the importance of Latinx representation in the media.
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Hailey Robertson discussed consulting with a company that provides digital therapy.
Jeff Zucker talked about his experience leading media outlets like CNN and NBC.
The presidential adviser also criticized American infrastructure.
Asians make up a disproportionately small number of the athletes in each of the top four professional sports leagues in America.