“Emilio is into Katie. Whenever he’s asked about her, he blushes and smiles,” the insider added. “They are always laughing when they’re together. It’s constant smiles and loving looks between them and Emilio’s friends more than approve of Katie. They think she’s so great for him.”Katie Holmes and Emilio Vitolo Jr. LRNYC/MEGAA separate source told Us that Holmes is “absolutely head over heels in love with Emilio,” and she has “wanted a stable guy in her life for a while and has found that with him.”The Batman Begins actress’ romance with Vitolo Jr. comes after her long-term relationship with beau Jamie Foxx, to whom she split from in 2019 after six years of dating. In September, an insider revealed that Holmes “has no ill will toward Jamie, but she has completely moved on from him and just thinks of Jamie in a friend type of way now.”- Advertisement – Rooting for his baby! Katie Holmes’ boyfriend, Emilio Vitolo Jr., congratulated her on her new Vogue Australia cover in the cutest way.Holmes’ chef beau, 33, gushed about her while sharing the cover to his Instagram Story, writing: “YAZZZ BABY 😍 😍 😍 😍.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – The Dawson’s Creek alum, 41, stunned in an edgy cover shoot for Vogue Australia’s November 2020 issue. Instead of being interviewed by the publication, Holmes wrote about the “truths” she has “discovered during the global shutdown and of finding new beginnings.”Bec Parsons/Vogue AustraliaThroughout the pandemic, Holmes said that she was able to “to live for a moment in time without the pressure of results and instead appreciate the natural rhythms of mother and daughter was the most precious gift,” referencing the 14-year-old child she shares with ex-husband Tom Cruise. She also has gained a “heightened awareness of each moment and really taking it in and appreciating it.”The Logan Lucky actress was first linked to Vitolo Jr. in September. Early last month, a source exclusively told Us Weekly that the duo “act like young teens in love” when they are together.- Advertisement – The 52-year-old Just Mercy actor, for his part, is “happy” for his former girlfriend, a source told Us. Foxx has “moved on and is unbothered by Katie and Emilio’s romance.”Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories!
In an effort to improve security on campus, the Dept. of Public Safety plans to unveil a new smart phone application Saturday for reporting anonymous tips about disorderly conduct or crimes.Submit · The app sends anonymous tips directly to the Dept. of Public Safety. – Photo Illuustration by David LowensteinTipSubmit is specifically intended for use during football games and will be unveiled before the first football game of the year, DPS Capt. David Carlisle said. It is only available for Android phones and iPhones.Carlisle said it will be easier to use than the current anonymous tip service, Trojans Care 4 Trojans, which allows students to call or text both a communications center that forwards messages to relevant organizations in the USC community.The new app also serves thousands of communities, universities and law enforcement agencies around the country, including the University of California San Diego, California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Opisbo and Los Angeles City College.The new app will allow users to contact DPS directly with information. It is formatted so users can also see if an incident has already been reported to DPS.“We think the easier we make it, the more people will use it,” Carlisle said. “It is more likely people will use [the new system].”Some students said taking pictures of someone might look strange.“It may look kind of suspicious if you start taking pictures of an incident,” said Kevin Koeller, a freshman majoring in business administration. “Plus it might make things worse if someone sees you taking pictures of them.”Several students also said they believed having this smart phone application would allow more incidents to be reported.“Our generation is very hands-on and connected,” said Dani Haberman, a sophomore majoring in theatre. “[Having the app] at your fingertips will incline more people to report incidents.”The app eliminates the need to use the current anonymous tip service through text messages or by telephone, which many students do not utilize.“More people will use the app, because it seems like it will be very fast and easy,” said Monroe Ekilah, a sophomore majoring in computer engineering and computer science. “I haven’t sent in an anonymous tip because I don’t know the number [for Trojans Care 4 Trojans].”The photo feature on the app will instantly provide DPS with photographical evidence for neutralizing incidents.“[I believe] the ability to submit photographs will be helpful for DPS,” said Karina Garcia, a senior majoring in Spanish. “[It] will allow DPS to know about the incident beforehand and how [they should] handle it.”TipSubmit is available for free download on application markets.