Nina Agrawal is a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times. She previously reported for WLRN-Miami Herald News and for the Latin American affairs magazine Americas Quarterly. A Southern California native, Agrawal is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism and School of International and Public Affairs.
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Es una carrera loca para ofrecer algo de pompa a la clase de 2021. Las universidades cambian sus planes la misma semana en que se anuncian reaperturas más amplias.
It’s a mad commencement scramble to deliver some pomp to the Class of 2021. Universities are changing their plans the very week that wider reopenings are announced.
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La directiva es la mayor de este tipo en la enseñanza superior estadounidense y probablemente entrará en vigor este otoño, una vez que la FDA apruebe formalmente las vacunas.
The directive is the largest of its kind in U.S. higher education and would likely take effect this fall after the FDA formally approves the vaccines.
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An annual survey about quality of life revealed stark differences by socioeconomic status, telling a “tale of two L.A.s.”
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