On Jan. 11, 2021, Los Angeles Public Health tweeted that ten people in LA County test positive for COVID-19 every minute. For those of us in Southern California, we remain in the Regional Stay at Home order. As of January, there have been 36,170,528 tests conducted in California alone. As more people are being affected by the pandemic, here are some local L.A. County resources.
Following a tragic event, finding ways to cope with your thoughts and feelings is essential to staying healthy.
The shift to distance learning left much to be desired for both students and professors, though some have stepped up despite the struggles.
This past Tuesday, Nov. 9, the Student Disability Center and the Counseling Center hosted a workshop for Autism Awareness.
Dr. Sara Angevine’s class hosted the community discussion panel, Let’s Process the Process: Election 2020 Virtual Panel
Turnbull Canyon has long been rumored to be home to occult meetings, ghostly haunts, the scene of brutal murders, and tragic accidents.
The Art & Visual Studies Department hosted Bearing Witness While Black: African Americans, Smartphones, and the New Protest #Journalism.
OEI’s “Educate Yourself” training series, a workshop focusing on providing students with tools to learn more about inclusivity and advocacy.
The QC dove into historical archives of newspapers from the 1918 pandemic to uncover the story of Whittier’s first major pandemic experience.