A failed hookup turns into a contemplative and revealing night in “Shithouse.”
After winning a Grand Jury Award at the South by Southwest festival this year, Cooper Raiff’s directorial debut will be released Friday in select theaters and through video on demand.
Civic participation is critical for sustained change, especially in a year of immense upheaval.
The anticipation for the upcoming election is steadily building — Nov. 3 is less than a month away and California voters are receiving their mail-in ballots.
This post was updated Sept. 24 at 2:44 p.m.
A city can shape a person, and “Made in L.A. 2020” is a display of art created by people who have been – in one way or another – made in LA.
The COVID-19 pandemic caught the nation off guard, causing recent graduates to adjust their job-hunting tactics and exposing the weaknesses of the presidential administration.
Following the mid-March announcement that UCLA would be transitioning to an online format for the remainder of the school year, many students, particularly seniors about to enter the workforce, were left feeling disillusioned and out of place – much like the rest of the country.
With a laundry list of prerequisites, general education requirements, and lower-division and upper-division classes, calling enrollment an overwhelming experience might be an understatement for new students.
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