This post was updated May 10 at 12:03 a.m.
Even from a young age, Evan Kleiman has always loved baking.
As the host of KCRW radio station’s “Good Food,” a program about food, cooking and culture, Kleiman attended the annual celebration of PieFest at Dickson Plaza on April 30.
Following UCLA leading the University of California as the campus with the most students newly registered to vote leading up to the 2022 midterm elections, a Tufts University report has found young people across the nation are casting their ballots to ensure the voices of a new generation are heard.
This post was updated Feb. 13 at 10:28 p.m.
Editor’s note: this article was updated to retroactively remove the names of two students out of concern for their safety, as well as to clarify a source’s statement regarding the current political and economic climate in Syria.
Valerie Gómez has always wanted to forge a path for those who come after her.
Gómez, an anthropology alumnus, founded Latina Grad Guide – a social impact venture to support Latinas in higher education – in 2018, aiming to decrease disparities for Latinas in academia and alleviate financial barriers they may face.
Hundreds of students and UCLA community members celebrated the start of November with a Friendsgiving dinner, cooking competitions and other autumn activities at this month’s First Thursdays event.
UCLA has launched a new three-year initiative to understand how hate manifests, whom it harms and how to minimize its effects.
An anonymous donation of $3 million will help fund 23 upcoming projects in which researchers will examine racial discrimination, political extremism, and the influence of artificial intelligence on bias, among other hate-related topics.
This post was updated June 5 at 4:08 p.m.
The University of California is aiming to improve its faculty diversity to better represent its undergraduate populations through the Growing Our Own program, according to a report from the UC Office of the President.
This post was updated April 27 at 12:38 p.m.
In acknowledgement of Earth Day, students, faculty and activists called for the University of California to transition away from fossil fuels Friday.
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