Wednesday, June 19

Pao Xiong, a fifth-year physics student, took part in Tuesday's rally at Meyerhoff Park. Students protested a lack of diversity in the UC system and advocated for the creation of general education diversity requirement at UCLA.

UCLA students rally for diversity

Students lined the sides of Bruin Walk at noon on Tuesday to protest what they feel is a lack of diversity in the University of California system as well as the recent hate crimes that have occurred on other campuses. Read more...

Photo: Pao Xiong, a fifth-year physics student, took part in Tuesday's rally at Meyerhoff Park. Students protested a lack of diversity in the UC system and advocated for the creation of general education diversity requirement at UCLA.

Pao Xiong, a fifth-year physics student, took part in Tuesday's rally at Meyerhoff Park. Students protested a lack of diversity in the UC system and advocated for the creation of general education diversity requirement at UCLA.


UC students gather at Capitol

More than a hundred University of California students assembled on the steps of the California Capitol in Sacramento on Monday while chanting, holding signs and pressuring legislators to make higher education a priority in a state marred by budget crises. Read more...



Students at Morningside High School in Inglewood read seed packet directions before planting rows of plants and vegetables at an empty lot across the street from their school as a part of the Empowerment Community Garden project. To vote for this project, go to refresheverything.com

UCLA students work with Inglewood high schoolers to start community garden

For a group of high school students in Inglewood, a community gardening project began with picking up debris: bags, bottle caps, a sprouting potato and crack pipes. Read more...

Photo: Students at Morningside High School in Inglewood read seed packet directions before planting rows of plants and vegetables at an empty lot across the street from their school as a part of the Empowerment Community Garden project. To vote for this project, go to refresheverything.com

Students at Morningside High School in Inglewood read seed packet directions before planting rows of plants and vegetables at an empty lot across the street from their school as a part of the Empowerment Community Garden project. To vote for this project, go to refresheverything.com




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