The hashtag #ChallengeAccepted has swept social media platforms in recent weeks, adding femicide in Turkey to the growing expanse of social media activism in the COVID-19 age.
Pandemic-related stories are constantly dominating today’s news feed. Because of this, one may have missed the recent unfolding of a series of events in Washington D.C.
While presidential elections in the United States are often fraught with controversy, intrigue and memorable sound bites, never before have we had an election cycle quite like this one.
While free college tuition seems like a dream, it will soon be a dream come true for some students at USC come fall 2020.
High tuition, expensive books and countless other costs – it’s no secret that paying for college is difficult for many students.
This year not only marks 100 years of UCLA but 100 years of women voting in the United States.
With a presidential election around the corner, it’s important to look back on the strides made in suffrage in the United States, such as women earning the vote with the passage of the 19th amendment.
You’ve heard of Brexit, but it’s Megxit that’s making headlines in England this month.
Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex’s recent decision to “step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family,” and give up their royal titles prompted much speculation about royal affairs and the state of the monarchy.
This Week in the News serves as The Quad’s space for reflection on current events at and around UCLA. Every week, Daily Bruin staffers will analyze some of the most significant stories to keep readers up to speed.
In the United States, peaceful public protest is a fundamental right protected by the Constitution.
However, in other nations around the world, this essential right is threatened.
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