Ariela Gross

professor of law and history at USC

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Ting Su, owner of the Eagle Rock Brewery, noticed that when women came in with their male partners, the women didn’t seem to know as much about beer as their dates.

LA brewery had to pay off a man who didn’t like the idea of a beer education class for women

Ting Su, owner of the Eagle Rock Brewery, noticed that when women came in with their male partners, the women didn’t seem to know as much about beer as their dates.

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C. L. Max Nikias is out as USC’s president.

Former aerospace exec named USC's interim president

C. L. Max Nikias is out as USC’s president.

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In a letter published in the LA Times, 200 USC professors say the school’s president Max Nikias has “lost the moral authority to lead.”

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In a letter published in the LA Times, 200 USC professors say the school’s president Max Nikias has “lost the moral authority to lead.”

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