Thursday, November 22


Second-year political science student Maryssa Hall is a recipient of the UC Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan, which helps students whose yearly family incomes are below $80,000 finance UC educations.

Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan helps fund education

Mary Trejo pays for her daughter's eye care, dental bills and trips home to Sunnyvale, Calif. But that's where Trejo's financial contributions end for her daughter Maryssa Hall, a second-year political science student at UCLA. Read more...

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Second-year political science student Maryssa Hall is a recipient of the UC Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan, which helps students whose yearly family incomes are below $80,000 finance UC educations.

Second-year political science student Maryssa Hall is a recipient of the UC Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan, which helps students whose yearly family incomes are below $80,000 finance UC educations.


Fifth-year Asian American studies student Ryth Mendez identifies as genderqueer. Mendez faces challenges both on and off campus but has never reported it for fear of other people misunderstanding or retaliation.

A minority within the LGBT community

Ryth Mendez doesn't identify as just male or just female. Read more...

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Fifth-year Asian American studies student Ryth Mendez identifies as genderqueer. Mendez faces challenges both on and off campus but has never reported it for fear of other people misunderstanding or retaliation.

Fifth-year Asian American studies student Ryth Mendez identifies as genderqueer. Mendez faces challenges both on and off campus but has never reported it for fear of other people misunderstanding or retaliation.


De Neve Halls

Raising and renovating

Three renovated residential buildings, one updated dining hall and the Court of Sciences Student Center are on schedule to open over the next two quarters, while Pauley Pavilion continues to take shape in preparation for its re-opening in 2012. Read more...

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De Neve Halls

De Neve Halls



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