Westwood does not seem to be the place students have in mind when they want to have a night out on the town.
Some Westwood community members said they think the area’s nightlife should be more lively and cater to students, while others said they think it should not be disruptive and should cater to more permanent residents.
UCLA researchers discovered that individuals with certain brain structures and genetics are at a higher risk of autism and schizophrenia.
The researchers found that certain chromosomal abnormalities can increase individuals’ risk of schizophrenia and autism.
Political scientists and professors speculated Vice President Mike Pence might emphasize his evangelical faith should he become president at a Tuesday night forum at the Hammer Museum.
People applying for financial aid at colleges and universities will have new options to verify their tax information, the U.S. Department of Education announced Monday.
In March, the Internal Revenue Service suspended its Data Retrieval Tool because of security and identity theft concerns.
Local farmers and business owners held posters bearing the messages “Respect our farmers!” and “No farmer thief!” at a meeting earlier this month to protest the replacement of the current Westwood Village Farmers Market manager.
Red light flooded Pauley Pavilion early Sunday as hundreds of dancers raised glow sticks in the air for a vigil honoring people living with HIV.
Students participated in a moment of silence and used the glow sticks to recognize women living in sub-Saharan Africa with HIV and AIDS at the Dance Marathon vigil, which began at 3:45 a.m.
The city of Los Angeles is reviewing a motion to terminate its investment in Wells Fargo bank.
Councilmembers Paul Koretz, who represents Westwood and other communities in Los Angeles District 5, and Mitch O’Farrell presented the motion to divest from Wells Fargo in March because the bank financially supports the Dakota Access Pipeline and was found responsible for account fraud.
The city council member representing Westwood is running for re-election March 7 with platforms on homelessness, environmental preservation and improving the Westwood community.
Paul Koretz, who has represented Los Angeles City Council District 5 since 2009, grew up in the district, which includes the majority of West Los Angeles.
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