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Lost messages from Hiroshima

The day the bomb dropped, an entire culture disappeared. Before, the town was bustling with life. Festivals were held in the streets. In the summers,...

Relationships Happen: Valentine’s Day doesn’t always spell L-O-V-E

I don’t mark the calendar with a big heart to remind my significant other of the day. I don’t want heart-shaped chocolates or roses....

Good grief: You’re all grown up, Charlie Brown

Star rating: 5 out of 5 Life inside a five-block comic strip in the Sunday morning paper was so much simpler. Charlie Brown’s biggest worries...

Class is in session at Grammy rehearsals

A handful of members from Grammy U sat in the bleachers of the Staples center waiting to see the final run-through of what would...

Spontaneous kiss leads to photo award

Danny Matson waited for his girlfriend on Westminster Bridge in London. The Houses of Parliament and the famous Big Ben clock tower loomed in...

Professor’s art shown in galleries around the world

Technicolor. Psychedelic. Vivid. Like those weird dreams you get if you eat dinner right before going to bed. And in your dream, the steak appears...

A taste of Ethiopia in Los Angeles

Colorful buildings line the block on Fairfax Avenue. Several restaurants bunched together on this small strip of land radiate pungent, sweet and spicy scents...

Singer finds inspiration through Stevie Wonder’s music

Growing up in a Christian household with a father who was a minister, Bryant Paul Mills was never allowed to listen to secular music. In...

Spotlight: One student out of 36,000

Christina Handal isn’t a person that can be pigeonholed. The free-spirited, confident 21-year-old business management major said that concrete life plans scare her. “I don’t...

Furlough days on Thanksgiving week

What would have been a two-day Thanksgiving break may have turned into a week-long vacation since many professors have decided to take furlough days...

Emerging artist uses babies as social commentary

There was always that question in the back of his head of whether he could make a living as an artist. Christopher Hayden, a 28-year-old...

L.A. classic with an Argentine flair

L ala’s Grill is quintessential L.A. On a Wednesday night, the place was crowded. A film crew was filming just outside the restaurant, while...
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