A UCLA study published Feb. 29 found nearly one in four California residents over the age of 65 have incomes above the federal poverty line, but still do not have enough money to make ends meet.
The newly formed activist coalition held a student rally Jan. 20 to share student stories about mass deportations of immigrants who entered the U.S. through illegal means back to Central America.
A survey released Friday found less than half of medical school admissions officers think the newly revised Medical College Admission Test adequately prepares students for medical school.
A report released Tuesday by a nongovernmental organization presented data that detailed challenges faced by specific ethnicities within the Asian American and Pacific Islander student population in California.
The undergraduate student government unanimously passed a resolution urging the speedy passage of three pieces of federal student loan legislative.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council voted to show its support of bills HR 1713, S 793 and S 729, which would enact an employer-student repayment plan that gives employers tax credit for helping pay off employees’ student loans, adjust federal and private loans to current interest rates and amend the bankruptcy code to allow students to more easily discharge student loans.
Members of the Westwood community expressed mixed emotions as the Senate plans to vote on a nuclear deal with Iran that would lift U.S. economic sanctions in exchange for a limited Iranian nuclear program.
University of California President Janet Napolitano appointed Monday a professor of astronomy and astrophysics at UC Santa Cruz as director of the UC Observatories, a research unit conducting work on multiple campuses.
Denea Joseph left Los Angeles on July 22 at 1 a.m. in a packed bus with other black activists from the L.A. chapter of Black Lives Matter and a dozen young children who led chants and songs during the ride.
The California Senate voted Thursday to approve a resolution known as SCR 35, which condemns anti-Semitic activity on University of California campuses, following its passage in the state Assembly Monday.
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