The sharing economy, the brainchild of tech-savvy capitalism, has opened up several new streams of passive income for those in the know. Ironically, though, those who want to find themselves in this know experience some of the most ardent resistance from universities.
When it comes to grade point averages, up might not always be the way to go.
Dating back decades, the average GPA given at American universities has on average increased to the point where once-extraordinary transcripts now appear nothing more than mediocre.
This article was updated on April 5 at 5:36 p.m.
The Interfraternity Council banned alcohol at in-house events through January and February in an attempt to address the environment of sexual assault fostered at frat parties.
159 million people watched at least one minute of the entire 2016 NCAA football season. The next year, more than 360 million watched the League of Legends Mid-Season Invitational alone.
Barely a third of Americans think that two political parties are enough to represent the American people.
But if the Bruin Republicans and Bruin Democrats say they’re enough, well, that’s good enough for UCLA.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council discussed creating a new funding application process for student organizations to request funding from the council’s surplus. The council will present and vote on the process next week.
UCLA student leaders are advocating for a federal bill to provide permanent protections for undocumented individuals brought to the United States as children.
President Donald Trump announced in September the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which was enacted by former President Barack Obama in 2012.
A conflict specialist said Monday he thinks the United States sometimes makes risky decisions while addressing international conflicts.
Paul Stares, a fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, a nonprofit think tank specializing in U.S.
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