At CSUN event, black teens from across Southern California find male mentors for a lesson in facing life
Brian Palmer stood before the group of judges as his team members held up a hand-made poster.
“Who here woke up late?” Palmer said. “Don’t worry. We have a solution.” His group of teen boys, many who met this weekend for the first time, had invented “Pillow Vibes,” an app-activated pillow to shake someone awake.