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Home sweet home: A guide to housing for USC students

USC Village is a popular choice for undergraduates, with its new facilities and a variety of amenities.

Michigan Alumnus profiles four Fordies in Detroit “Movers and Shakers” feature

Two of the “movers and shakers” are David Bohnett Leadership and Public Service Fellows at the Ford School.

LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland breaks ground for new facility

Executive Director Phyllis Harris said the center’s new home will be a visible, tangible symbol of hope and pride.

Annise Parker to Become CEO of Victory Fund

Former David Bohnett Fellow to lead national group dedicated to electing LGBTQ candidates.

UCLA bail study finds price of freedom too high for poor L.A. families

Of almost $200 million paid for bail bonds, Latinos represented $92.1 million, African Americans $40.7 million, and whites $37.9 million, the study’s authors reported.

California’s Senate will be led by a woman for first time in history: Sen. Toni Atkins

Atkins is a former David Bohnett Fellow at Harvard.

Some Cities Are Getting Millennials’ Aid for Free

The David Bohnett Foundation is funding a pipeline — albeit, small — of young people who want to work in local government.

Kennedy Center Honors Evoke Politics, Even Without Trump

Carmen de Lavallade, Norman Lear, Gloria Estefan, LL Cool J and Lionel Richie were honored at this year’s event.

Averting Extinction: Can Institutional Funders Save the Arts in the Bay Area?

I see no reason to think that after all these years, Bay Area techies will suddenly experience some collective David Bohnett or Paul Allen-esque arts epiphany.

A Queer Program for Becoming the Boss

As politics move backward, Stanford’s new LGBT Executive Program offers a nice push forward.