April, the month when high school seniors decide where to go to college in the fall, also happens to be Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
And the two topics, college decisions and sexual assault, are in fact more connected than you may think.
Sticks and stones may break bones, but words, even Donald Trump’s, won’t do much.
And when the Trump circus reaches its finale, and he (hopefully) fails to secure the presidency come November, his run is done.
Imagine finding out, on top of dealing with the stresses of classes, midterms and work, you were also facing eviction.
Kelsey Tokunaga, a fourth-year sociology student, doesn’t need to imagine it – it actually happened to her.
This year’s presidential election is one that has already been filled with unusual and downright perplexing events. Some of the more memorable moments include the surfacing of Ben Carson’s theory that the pyramids were built to store grain and Hillary Clinton’s misguided attempt to connect with Hispanic voters.
At UCLA, students seeking Plan B might need a literal plan B if they’re trying to buy the pill on the weekends.
Bruins have a variety of options when purchasing the Plan B pill, an emergency contraceptive pill women can take up to 72 hours after unprotected sex that largely reduces or prevents the chances of pregnancy.
“New Year new me!” “Page 1 of 365 starts today.” “New Year new dreams.”
I’m sure that you have seen and rolled your eyes at at least one of these cheesy phrases flooding your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram newsfeed in the past few days.
How many UCLA students does it take to change a lightbulb? About the same number of students that the Undergraduate Students Association Council external vice president spoke with before taking a lobbying trip to Washington, D.C., this past week.
Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer at Facebook, is a pretty popular person. More than 1,766,700 people follow her profile, and the things she posts often get thousands of “likes” and equally as many “shares,” meaning she has the potential to influence discussions.
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