June 26, 2022
The End of a ‘Normal’ Life as a UC Berkeley Student: Their Last Photographable Memories Before the Pandemic
COVID changed our lives drastically, but we have to manage to see things from a different perspective, even if they were not as planned.
May 14, 2022
The Furgotten: The Los Angeles Abandoned Animal Crisis
The amount of animals surrendered by their owners has more than doubled since 2021. As of April 25th, all six Los Angeles animal shelters have reached capacity, and some are reportedly so packed that animals have to share kennels. With this rise, many animal lovers and rescue organizations have had to step up in order to help the situation as best as possible.
December 16, 2021
The Story Continues for This Local Bookstore
Within the heart of the Playhouse Village in Pasadena lives the oldest and largest independent bookstore in Southern California: Vroman’s Bookstore. This bookstore was one out of the many businesses that struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic.
December 9, 2021
The Tender Triumph of Joe Sacco’s “Palestine”
(NEW YORK) — There’s little comic about Joe Sacco’s “Palestine.” The series of graphic stories, published between 1993 and the […]
November 29, 2021
Opinion: Combating COVID-19 Anti-Asian Racism: Advocacy Journalism for Social Justice
The advocacy journalism of HRW upholds the SPJ Code of Ethics while driving social justice and change. They stand as an advocate for a cause without infringing on the ethics of journalism.