Geanna Culbertson talked about her time at USC and her latest fantasy novel.
This year, the L.A. Times Festival of Books went virtual. To commence the series of online events, Patt Morrison led the kickoff to reminisce on previous events and moderated a panel with Chris Agentieri and Carol Folt.
The present economy does not favor Black-owned businesses, as they continuously experience underinvestment, even when the economy is flourishing. Therefore, collectively dedicating spending power to support these individuals and groups can be incredibly impactful.
There are nearly 500,000 books in Doheny Library just waiting for us. Here are some recommendations for everyone from the graduating senior to the burnt-out arts student.
Even watching “Buzzfeed Unsolved” sends a shiver down my spine. Nevertheless, I do love getting into the holiday spirit, and there’s one collection of creepy short stories that I thoroughly enjoy — Angela Carter’s “The Bloody Chamber.”
There will be a myriad of flavors to explore for all the food fanatics in attendance.
His book, 'Parental Discretion is Advised' sheds new light on the influential group.
The Thornton graduate recently released a guide to practical self-awareness.
For his annual summer reading list, President C. L. Max Nikias compiled a list of four books he felt were of exceptional merit. While not mandatory reads, Nikias expressed in a letter to the student body that the works could be used in “creating a common ground for discussions in the coming academic year.” One […]
The sculptor partnered with poet Robert Finsky to publish a poetry book.