On the evening of Monday, Jan. 20, President Obama delivered his annual State of the Union speech, returning to familiar topics of immigration, health care and the economy.Read More
Articles by Rachel '15
At lunchtime, I look around at my friends and see a table filled with sleep deprived faces, frantic last-minute studying and iPhones gleaming with Instagram. Quite often, I’ll hear my friends ask each other if they have heard of certain people on Instagram, and oftentimes they recognize these names as popular Instagram users that they have stalked at one point or another. But what makes these well-regarded users more popular than others?
Most people say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and therefore, it should be jam-packed with protein that can push you through those rough morning classes.
History has a funny way of changing through different points of view.
On Sunday, Mar. 9, thousands participated in the 29th annual L.A. Marathon. But the soaring temperatures certainly did not stop any of these ambitious runners, including our very own English instructor Elizabeth Frazier, who succeeded in completing the entire marathon.
The upcoming 2014 Olympic games in Sochi, Russia, slated to take place from Feb. 6 to Feb. 23, are fraught with controversy, especially regarding whether or not the United States should compete.
The Head and the Heart’s Let’s Be Still: In 2009, Seattle-based indie folk band The Head and the Heart self-released its first album, and within months, the record sold over 10,000 copies.
Sometimes living in a city like Los Angeles, which has so many cool and unique hangouts to discover, can be stressful.
Fall in L.A. consists of an ever-so-slight change of the leaves and a few foggy days here and there.