Posts tagged Conner Savage
Local Emmy Winner Liz Lachman Brings Award-Winning Movie To Home Town Theater

Much like a child shares characteristics with their mother, Liz Lachman’s films always include resemblances of herself and her life experiences. Her current newborn short film, Pin-Up, starring Angela Sarafyan & Christina Chang, acts as a window into the director’s personal trials and tribulations over the course of her life.

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The Air we Breathe

Los Angeles is the number one city polluted by ozone, according to the American Lung Association’s 2019 census which gave the city an F rating. NASA defines Ozone as a naturally occuring gas that forms in the upper part of the atmosphere, formed when oxygen atoms (O2) are split by sunlight and then combined into O3.

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The Recent College Admissions Scandal Begs for a Change in the Overall Admissions Process

On Tuesday, March 12th, news broke of the discovery of an underground college admissions service run by William “Rick” Singer, who charged wealthy families hefty amounts of cash (from $200,000 to $6.5 million on a case-by-case basis, according to the Los Angeles Times) for his services in getting their children into elite universities. More than 50 people were implicated.

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SMC’s Interfaith Vigil For New Zealand Calls Its Efforts In Condemning Hate Into Question

A large poster filled with messages from corner to corner was on the window behind Santa Monica College’s (SMC) bookstore. There were sentiments written in both English and Arabic, united in purpose — to stand against hate. Before the image was a flower-adorned podium, and a silent, diverse crowd, with some dressed in Jewish Kippahs on their heads and others wrapped in Keffiyeh scarves.

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