Students begin to board the bus for their trip to Downtown Los Angeles with the Diverse City Tours program, hosted by the Cultural Affairs Commission.
Anna Chang, fourth-year world arts and cultures student (left), and Nicole Corona Diaz, third-year film student (right), describe the trip schedule and some famous tourist destinations in Downtown LA.
Third-year English and political science student Alia Hakki browses the jewelry at Grand Central Market.
The Museum of Contemporary Art is home to works of art from across the world, including the works of Josiah McElheny.
Third-year English student Annika Osterkamp explores the Bradbury Building, which was used in several films including Blade Runner 2049 and (500) Days of Summer.
The Grand Central Market offers a variety of food choice to the customers. People speaking different languages all share one thing: the craving for food.
The tour included stops at Grand Central Market, the Bradbury Building, The Last Bookstore and Angels Flight.
A man describes his childhood in Los Angeles to strangers as they wait for the Angels Flight railway train to leave.
The Last Bookstore sits in Downtown LA as California’s largest bookstore, with over a quarter-million books.