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  • Peter Orszag: Why young people want nothing to do with politics

    Young people are disaffected with the political process and lack any interest in running for office, a new book by Jennifer Lawless of American University and Richard Fox of Loyola Marymount University demonstrates. Yet the book itself perhaps unintentionally underscores one of the key reasons why: We know too much about our politicians.
  • Why Millennials aren't interested in politics

    Why Millennials aren't interested in politics
      Young people are disaffected with the political process and lack any interest in running for office, a new book by Jennifer Lawless of American University and Richard Fox of Loyola Marymount University demonstrates. Yet the book itself perhaps...

    South Korean tech industry finds warm reception in L.A.

     South Korean tech industry finds warm reception in L.A.
    When a South Korean technology entrepreneur wanted to recruit computer programmers working in Seoul, he didn't load up on perks like a masseuse, sleeping pods or beer kegs. The most tantalizing benefit his start-up AKAStudy offered Koreans: a job in Los...

    Bird L.A. Day to showcase Los Angeles County's avian abundance

    Bird L.A. Day to showcase Los Angeles County's avian abundance
    Amid the weedy vacant lots, tired storefronts and roughened asphalt of Compton, crows and pigeons thrive. But, if residents think these often derided city birds are the beginning and end of urban avian life, they need only venture to nearby Earvin...

    To add a major -- such as computer science -- Pepperdine takes long view

     To add a major -- such as computer science -- Pepperdine takes long view
    Some Pepperdine University students and faculty want a computer science major at the Malibu campus, saying that without one, graduates are at a competitive disadvantage during their job search. Administrators say they'd be interested in the idea. But...