Many UCLA newsmagazines have stopped printing and are moving entirely online in response to limited funding and print readership.
The student-run news outlets include La Gente, Al-Talib, OutWrite, Ha’Am, and FEM, which aim to serve the Latino, Muslim, queer, Jewish and women’s rights activist communities at UCLA, respectively.
A referendum to increase quarterly student fees by about $10 to fund diversity-related programs did not pass Friday because voter turnout fell short of the 20 percent threshold in the undergraduate student government special election.
Candidates and referendum representatives spent about $9,700 campaigning in this week’s undergraduate student government election, less than half of what has typically been committed to recent races in the spring.
Miriam Rodriguez travels across the border to Mexico every three months to help reconstruct children’s smiles in low-income communities.
Representing underserved communities is her passion and why she wants to be involved in student government.
Black-and-white checkered boards cover the tables in John Wooden Center’s games lounge as the UCLA Chess Club gathers to practice and strategize.
On a center table, the team sets up one of its favorite boards – a blue and red platform that is played with toy human chess pieces dressed as USC and UCLA football players.
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Students from all over Los Angeles filled UCLA’s Dickinson Court Saturday to encourage students of color to pursue higher education.
Students can now enroll in a new class designed to capture social justice issues through documentary filmmaking.
Housed in the departments of disability studies and urban planning, the pilot class hopes to teach students how to use media production to promote social change.
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