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UCLA faculty have expressed concern about unsafe conditions in migrant detention centers at the United States-Mexico border.
The ballot for the Tuesday midterms will feature seven new statewide propositions for California voters to decide on.
According to the California Legislative Analyst’s Office, propositions are questions on the ballot that allow voters to decide on potential changes to state laws or the state constitution.
Community members and California legislators commemorated the launch of the Latina Futures, 2050 Lab at UCLA on Wednesday.
The 2050 Lab is a project seeking to empower and increase visibility for Latinas in California through policy research that addresses their experiences in areas such as education and law.
UCLA community members criticized members of the Los Angeles City Council – including a former UCLA faculty member – who made racist remarks in a leaked recording.
Guadalupe Olivares is creating jewelry items from another world.
The second-year environmental science student owns a jewelry business called Gupe’s Crafts on Instagram, which sells a wide array of pieces such as colorful necklaces and barrette clips.
This post was updated Oct. 16 at 11:56 p.m.
The 1975’s new album proves they are human too.
The British alternative rock band has returned with its fifth studio album, “Being Funny In A Foreign Language.” After a two-year hiatus, lead singer Matthew Healy and band members Adam Hann, George Daniel and Ross MacDonald released the 11-track album Friday.
Gov. Gavin Newsom vetoed a bill in September that would have allowed many California students to ride public transit for free.
The proposed Assembly Bill 1919 would have allocated funds for transit agencies to provide students attending K-12 schools, California community colleges, California State Universities or University of California campuses with free transit passes.
Ascending artists are glowing amid the colorful fall foliage.
Whether it be via emotional pop ballads or raw, memorable string tunes, emerging artists are finding their autumn groove with eclectic singles and live performances.
Whether they watch from the inside of their home or the theater, audiences will be falling for the films premiering this autumnal season.
As the leaves start turning vibrant shades of red, orange and yellow, a wide range of movies will be warmly welcoming audiences to sweater weather.
As the crisp fall air blows in, releases from returning titans are warming listeners’ ears.
Whether they be indie icons or pop legends, artists have returned for the autumnal season with new albums.
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