“Jimmy Who?” people asked in 1976 as the virtually unknown James Earl “Jimmy” Carter came out of nowhere to capture the Democratic nomination for president, eventually winning the presidential election. Carter was able to accomplish this unlikely victory for one…
AI — Fear Or Friend It?
AI — artificial intelligence — is not coming, it’s here, there and everywhere. Two law experts tell us where it may be going next, and why that worries them.
When the COVID-19 epidemic came to Yolo County, the disconnection between farmworkers and local government became its own health threat. Antonio De Loera-Brust ’17 describes what he witnessed.
A Well-Aimed Rock
Blake Pickens MBA ’19, a Chickasaw film producer and stand-up comedian, uses film and jokes to change people’s minds about Native Americans and people in poverty.
To Forgive Or Not
Perhaps no one has told a more moving tale of sin, forgiveness and absolution than the great “Catholic agnostic” novelist, Graham Greene. James T. Keane ’96 looks at the mystery of absolution.
Shelves of Selves
To Lynell George ’84, every book on her shelves is a window into who she was, is and will become. How to live when a treasured one goes missing?
Big City Oil
Oil used to be big in Los Angeles. In fact, it still is, and the industry’s impact on the region’s populations is far from equitable.
Alvarado and 3rd
The United States meets Central America at L.A.’s Westlake intersection. Rubén Martínez finds that survival is one of the many stories found at this hemispheric meeting place.
Louis Foster is a first-year student with a reputation for fast driving. He’s been seen topping 160 mph. Not on Loyola Blvd. — this British speedster drives race cars.