USC President Steps Down Over Sexual-Misconduct Scandal
C. L. Max Nikias, president of the University of Southern California, will step down, the institution announced on Friday.
Things you should know today: 5/25/18
Weinstein faces sex charges in prosecution amid #MeToo Harvey Weinstein, a once-powerhouse movie producer who has been accused by dozens of women of sexual misconduct, turned himself in to face charges of rape and a criminal sex act, both felonies. The rape charge relates to an unnamed woman who claims Weinstein raped her in 2003 […] The post Things you should know today: 5/25/18 appeared first...
Bellevue and other Eastside school-based clinics getting a boost to confront student mental health
Amid concerns over the number of kids attempting to take their own lives and the intensity of their mental health needs, King County will run mental-health screening programs for up to 35,000 students at more than 40 middle schools starting next fall.
Nikias' tenure as USC president was marked by growth and scandal
Just as C.L. Max Nikias was about to assume the responsibilities as the University of Southern California’s president in 2010, the university was reeling from NCAA sanctions levied against its athletic program. Citing a lack of institutional control and unethical conduct, the NCAA erased the accomplishments...
Cal State trustees to discuss Brown's latest budget proposal, which they say still falls $171 million short
‘OMG This Is Wrong.’ Retired English Teacher Corrects a White House Letter and Sends It Back
A former high school teacher who wrote to Mr. Trump was unhappy with the letter she got in return. “Poor writing is not something I abide,” she said.