Monday, March 30




Student’s film addresses effects of US drug crisis in Central Appalachia

Conner Wharton’s film depicts people sheltered in a storage room after running from a mother dealing with addiction. Filmed in June 2018 and set in Central Appalachia – a region dealing with one of the worst drug crises in the nation’s history – “Ladies Most Deject” was co-written by the third-year English student and will premiere at the LA Femme International Film Festival on Oct. Read more...



Emeritus professors build community involvement as LA architecture tour docents

Appreciating the Millennium Biltmore Hotel for its Beaux Arts architecture and interior usage takes some Los Angeles immersion and education. To raise awareness for LA’s historic landmarks, Michael Goldstein and his wife, Judith Siegel, emeritus professors for the UCLA School of Public Health, serve as volunteer docents for the Los Angeles Conservancy’s Historic Downtown Walking Tour. Read more...