Sunday, May 19

Alexandra Tashman: Stuart House shows service ideals can be met with little expense

Sometimes, the cost of serving the community is just 19 valet parking spots. Last week, the University of California Board of Regents approved design plans and a land grant for the relocation of Stuart House, an extension of the Rape Treatment Center at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center that offers free 24-hour medical, psychological and legal services to children who have been sexually abused. Read more...




The Gender, Sexuality, and Society theme community is located on the third floor of De Neve Acacia and caters to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersexual, queer or questioning and allied students.

Alexandra Tashman: LGBT themed floor needs to be more affordable

Living away from home is one of the most challenging aspects of your typical freshman year. Now imagine you could take that challenge, but add daily support from people who share your interests and experiences. Read more...

Photo: The Gender, Sexuality, and Society theme community is located on the third floor of De Neve Acacia and caters to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersexual, queer or questioning and allied students.

The Gender, Sexuality, and Society theme community is located on the third floor of De Neve Acacia and caters to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersexual, queer or questioning and allied students.

The Undergraduate Students Association Council’s Internal Vice President’s Office is planning a smartphone application to help address the problem of campus safety. The application is supposed to consist of a button that immediately alerts the University of California Police Department when it is pressed. Above, a photo of an application developed by Guardly, a company the IVP is considering partnering with.

Alexandra Tashman: UCPD app development should not be given priority over other safety measures

It’s a Thursday night, and you’re walking from your friend’s apartment on Gayley to yours on Kelton. It’s dark, it’s late and you think someone may be following you. You’re scared. Read more...

Photo: The Undergraduate Students Association Council’s Internal Vice President’s Office is planning a smartphone application to help address the problem of campus safety. The application is supposed to consist of a button that immediately alerts the University of California Police Department when it is pressed. Above, a photo of an application developed by Guardly, a company the IVP is considering partnering with.

The Undergraduate Students Association Council’s Internal Vice President’s Office is planning a smartphone application to help address the problem of campus safety. The application is supposed to consist of a button that immediately alerts the University of California Police Department when it is pressed. Above, a photo of an application developed by Guardly, a company the IVP is considering partnering with.


On Wednesday, Aug. 21, students and other activists lined up during the public comments section of a California State Legislature committee to share their opinions and experiences with sexual assault.

Alexandra Tashman: UC should undergo Title IX audit to examine handling of sexual assault cases

Last November, Aryle Butler, a third-year student at UC Berkeley, was told by campus administrators that filing a complaint against the person who sexually assaulted her would be "invasive and unnecessary.” Read more...

Photo: On Wednesday, Aug. 21, students and other activists lined up during the public comments section of a California State Legislature committee to share their opinions and experiences with sexual assault.

On Wednesday, Aug. 21, students and other activists lined up during the public comments section of a California State Legislature committee to share their opinions and experiences with sexual assault.


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