A UCLA water polo player, who was arrested on suspicion of rape earlier this month and later suspended from the university, told local news stations on Thursday that he was innocent and wants to return to school.
Program directors of Project 1 – a student group that offers mentoring and tutoring at Los Angeles high schools through the schools’ lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender clubs – withdrew from the Community Programs Office last week, claiming the office is not a “safe space” for members of the LGBT community.
Dolores Vera was heading home from Margarita Monday, explaining to her friends why she plans to vote for Eric Garcetti in Tuesday’s mayoral primary, when the city councilman came up to her on a street in Westwood and offered her a Diddy Riese cookie.
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Thousands of students will abandon their textbooks and dorm rooms tonight and head to Westwood Village to take advantage of numerous one-night-only discounts.
“Mark” is 25 years old, in a failing relationship and might be feeling suicidal. “I feel like the world would be better off without me,” said Mary Sau, a third-year psychobiology student, while in character as “Mark” during a suicide prevention training program on the Hill Tuesday night.
Members of the UCLA Armenian Student Association held a silent demonstration in front of Kerckhoff Hall on Thursday to educate students about the Armenian Genocide.
The Armenian population in the Ottoman Empire was reported to be two million in 1915, according to the Armenian National Institute.
Hundreds of UCLA service and patient care workers gathered on and near campus on Thursday to protest proposed pay and pension changes that are currently under negotiation with the University of California.
Students at Sustainival, the Hill’s sustainability fair, use puffy paint to decorate burlap bags. The event, which attracted about 100 students, was a kick-off to the “Do it in the Dark” campaign, where Hill residents pledge to be more sustainable by turning off their lights when they can and unplugging unused chargers.
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