Five USC Price students recently participated in the Public Policy Invitational at the University of Pennsylvania, winning top honors for their citizen-oriented proposal to curb California’s unquenchable thirst for water.
The Hollywood Emerson College campus, which opened on Saturday, stands out as a sustainable and architectural achievement in Hollywood.
Is Los Angeles the Comeback Kid of open space development?
After multiple citizen protests and an attempted lawsuit against the retailer, Wal-Mart opened on Saturday, September 14th in Los Angeles’ Chinatown. The Neighborhood Market, on Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard and Grand Avenue, not only opposes the people’s’ interest but also threatens Chinatown’s economy.
On October 3rd, Young Professionals in Transportation (YPT) organized the “Accelerate >> Los Angeles” symposium at LADOT’s headquarter, discussing the transportation system of LA. The event was formatted in two panels composed of excellent professionals from different fields of transportation, and offered an impressive night of knowledge and inspirations.
A poetic journey through the Gold Line’s artwork on each stop from Union Station to South Pasadena Station
The Department of Recreation and Parks Has A New Identity and Vision for the Largest Publicly-Owned Park in Los Angeles.