A Supreme Court decision to protect employees from sexuality and gender-based discrimination is a step in the right direction, UCLA faculty said.
The June 15 decision ruled that sexual orientation and gender identity would be protected under Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, which prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of several categories, including sex and race.
Low-income Los Angeles neighborhoods are at greater risk for not receiving COVID-19 relief funds, according to a UCLA study published in April.
The study, conducted by the UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Initiative and the UCLA Center for Neighborhood Knowledge, found that many LA neighborhoods will not qualify for rebates offered by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
Despite historically low turnout among young voters, UCLA students said they plan to head out to the polls March 3.
Voter turnout among older adults has consistently overshadowed youth turnout, according to data compiled by the U.S.
Neil Peter Jampolis would sneak into the back of Broadway productions when he was a child to watch sets come together or actors rehearse.
Jampolis’ career celebrated his love of the theater – he was a renowned lighting, scene and costume designer as well as a professor emeritus in the theater department at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television.
The head of the ACT testing company said he believes standardized testing should continue to be required in the University of California admissions process in a letter sent to the UC Board of Regents on Monday.
Academic researchers at the University of California reached a tentative agreement with the University on Thursday after five months of bargaining.
The tentative agreement between Academic Researchers United/United Automobile Workers Local 5810 and the UC has several provisions to increase academic researchers’ benefits and strengthen existing rights, according to a press release from the union.
This post was updated Oct. 24 at 9:48 p.m.
At a Hammer Museum event Tuesday, political and legal experts said they believe the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump could influence the results of future elections.
The University of California is considering a new tuition model that would guarantee a fixed tuition rate for students during their time in college.
This cohort-based tuition model would keep base tuition, student services fees and nonresident supplemental tuition flat for undergraduates while applying increases to incoming cohorts of students, UC spokesperson Sarah McBride said in an email statement.
A new set of bills could largely reduce the production of single-use plastic in California by 2030 if passed.
Senate Bill 54 and Assembly Bill 1080, collectively called the California Circular Economy and Plastic Pollution Reduction Act, are identical companion bills that aim to reduce single-use packaging and product waste in California by 75% by 2030.
UCLA students and professors said they are optimistic about the potential impact of the University of California’s recent changes to its admissions process to prevent admissions fraud.
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