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FAFSA opens October 1: Here’s what to know

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid opens up tomorrow, October 1. Better known as FAFSA, the application puts you on the path to...

Student homeless shelter changes protocol amid Covid-19

With COVID-19 rocking the student community and Los Angeles at-large, the student leaders at Trojan Shelter have adjusted their operations to fit the current...

The Hispanic Heritage Month history lesson continues

Hispanic Heritage Month runs through October 15, so Culturas took a dive into more important historical figures! Next up are Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera,...

News of the Day: CSU selects its new chancellor

On Wednesday morning, the California State University system announced Joseph I. Castro as its eighth chancellor, the first California native and Mexican American to...

Teaching kids about important figures for Hispanic Heritage Month

September 15 kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month, which pays tribute to Hispanic Americans who have enriched the United States. The month-long celebration “honors the...

World Literacy Day highlights the importance of bilingualism

September 8 marks International Literacy Day. Why the need for such a holiday? The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) aim to,...

A new academic year starts under a pandemic, high schoolers adjust

High school students across Southern California are adjusting to pandemic-imposed regulations as the new school year begins.   Torrance, California Sisters Emma and Olivia Crump began school...

How to get through a virtual school day, for you and your kids

For a myriad of reasons, distance learning is complicated. But as the United States grapples with navigating a school year under threat by the...

Fast Times at Nanterre: From living it up in France to being in lockdown California

Looming towers of Parisian architecture cast shadows over his head. He ducks into his normal bakery and snatches a baguette. After a good sniff...

Back to school at zoom university

The University of Southern California’s campus is normally flooded with students on their way to class, studying with friends or just hanging out. With...

Los Angeles and beyond: Where to find free school supplies

Distance learning or not, shopping for back to school supplies can be expensive. According to the National Retail Federation, pandemic-induced circumstances are supposed to...

Culturas Corner: Meet Dr. Shokooh Miry

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we get to learn more...
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Federal court finds conversion therapy ban unconstitutional

On Friday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled that the banning of conversion therapy violates the First Amendment.  Judge Britt Grant...

Sarah La Morena: Powered by music

On Instagram, Sarah Palafox recently posted a sentimental slideshow of photos that captured her relationship with her parents. There’s a standard graduation photo and...

Culturas Corner: Meet Café con Libros

Culturas Corner highlights individuals who make their community a better place through their work, business, volunteering or activism. Today we meet Patricia DeRobles of...

Investigation spotlights racist housing policies in California

A new investigation by the Los Angeles Times found crime-free housing programs disproportionately affect Black and Latino residents in California.  Such programs make it more...

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