Culture (Page 5)
February 22, 2021
Students Should Run Student Newspaper, Says NYU Alum Backing WSN’s Revival
Last week, WSN’s website went live with its first article in months, announcing the hiring of WSN’s former Deputy Managing Editor Alexandria Johnson as the new editor-in-chief and calling for new applicants for WSN’s many vacant staff positions.
February 17, 2021
How COVID Made Hollywood’s Creatives…More Creative
Decimated by the onset of COVID-19, the creative community in Hollywood has received a depressing consolation prize: an ample amount of free time. But they refuse to give in to the despair. They’re doing what they do best: clawing at opportunities in whatever form they may arise, using the extra time to tap into their creativity, and reinventing themselves in the process.
February 15, 2021
Students are Happy “to Get Out of the House” as Sports Resume in Santa Ana, CA Schools
(SANTA ANA, Calif.) — Student-athletes from Santa Ana were allowed to resume athletic conditioning this week after a school year-long […]
February 13, 2021
St. Louis Mardi Gras to Proceed Despite COVID-19, Arctic Weather
The COVID-19 pandemic and freezing temperatures threaten but won't stop St. Louis Missouri's Mardi Gras festival, one of the country's largest outside of New Orleans.
February 8, 2021
Looking Ahead to the Spring 2021 Semester: An AJO Newsletter
Dear AJO Community, Recently, I received a note from Stephanie Rivas, one of our first graduates. Stephanie had joined 20 […]