More than 65 faculty at USC who signed a petition imploring the institution to admonish Yasmeen Mashayekh, 21, a vocally anti-Semitic Palestinian student, don’t think the university did enough
Brakebill will bring impressive sprint freestyle times to USC when she arrives in Los Angeles, California in the fall of 2022.
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Kim Kardshian announced on Instagram that after two years of studying and three attempts at taking it, she has passed the California “baby bar” exam, also known as the First-Year Law Students’ Examination, according to the California State Bar website. First-year law students attending a “degree program at a State Bar-unaccredited registered law school, through the Law […]
A new California law requires public colleges to update records and diplomas for transgender students who have changed their names.
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A new California law requires public colleges to update diplomas and records for transgender students who have changed their names.
As California continues to try and stay ahead of the newest COVID variant, it’s about to introduce a new strategy. Stephanie Magallon reports.Stay connected: Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nbcbayarea Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nbcbayarea Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nbcbayarea Add us on Snapchat @NBCBayArea Catch up on all the day’s news: http://www.nbcbayarea.com Download our app:On iOS: http://nbcbay.com/R1BhqYM On Android: http://nbcbay.com/rUcA97h
A surprise ceremony, six months in the making, was held for a new graduate of South Texas College.
The rhythm of mariachi music is instantly recognizable – and not just in Latin America. The iconic music genre also has some roots in San Diego County.
More than 4,000 Sacramento State students have not met the schools new COVID-19 vaccine certification deadline, officials say.
If you’re having trouble finding an available COVID-19 vaccine appointment, perhaps a Twitter bot created by a computer science student at Stanford University can help.