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I had the coronavirus, and Instagram had a lot of opinions about it

I thought 2020 had reached the peak of bad news. Then I tested positive for coronavirus. Living at home in Georgia, where Governor Brian Kemp has not...

College offers opt-in Credit/No Credit grade change policy in light of coronavirus upheaval

In response to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College Wendy Sternberg announced a change to...

What we’re watching in coronavirus lockdown

From beloved baking shows, to exotic tigers, to zombie contagion, our editors have joined viewers around the world in turning to TV for solace...

My not-so-hot Italian semester: how coronavirus hysteria plagued my study abroad experience

While I was studying abroad in Rome, Italy, an IES Abroad Rome administrator emailed all its participants Feb. 24 stating that we would have online...

‘Wuhan, jia you’: respond to the coronavirus with humanity

According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a respiratory illness "first detected in Wuhan City, China caused by a novel...

Occidental announces Spring 2020 remote instruction citing LA County guidance

Occidental College announced the continuation of remote instruction and limited on-campus housing protocols for the upcoming spring semester in an email Nov. 30 to...

Opinion: I stopped worrying about the Quarantine 15, and I’m feeling lighter already

In a society that constantly sets unrealistic beauty standards for women, loving and accepting my body the way it is feels impossible. Throw in...

David Kim: CA-34th candidate Q&A

David Kim, 36, is an immigration attorney and former president of the MacArthur Park Neighborhood Council. Kim is challenging incumbent Jimmy Gomez to represent...

Furloughs, hiring and budget cuts seek to minimize $33 million deficit

With only around 100 students residing on campus and 1,835 students — 12 percent fewer than anticipated — enrolled at the college for the Fall 2020 semester,...

Despite COVID-19 Halloween restrictions, NELA families and businesses plan safe ways to celebrate

The LA Department of Public Health released guidance for Halloween celebrations Oct. 18, stating carnivals, festivals, haunted houses and trick-or-treating will not be permitted....