This post was updated June 27 at 9:26 p.m.
Alumni and faculty said California’s population is declining because the state is becoming less affordable to lower-income residents.
UCLA professors expressed relief after California Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed the largest state investment in the history of the University of California after stark budget cuts made in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This post was updated May 23 at 5:41 p.m.
After a year of feeling forgotten, exceptions to COVID-19-related travel restrictions have brought Gabriela Belasque hope that she will soon experience UCLA life to its fullest.
A proposed constitutional amendment would allow a second student member on the University of California Board of Regents to vote in board decisions, strengthening the presence of students’ voices and advocacy efforts, UC students said.
University of California officials rejected demands to abolish the university police but said the university should decrease the police budget and reshape officer roles for more accountability at an event Wednesday.
Some sexual assault survivors’ rights groups think President Joe Biden’s plan to reform Title IX policies introduced by the previous administration could make the legal system more considerate of survivors.
Jewish student organizations raised concerns about transparency and inclusion after the undergraduate student government passed a resolution containing controversial language about Israel.
The resolution, which was unanimously passed by the Undergraduate Students Association Council on March 2, called on the University of California to divest from businesses that contribute to military operations globally.
Asian American and Latino voter decisions in California are not as predictable or progressive as previously thought, UCLA faculty said.
Voters of color can significantly affect California politics but changes must be made in voter education and political advertising, according to a report published by the UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Initiative and the UCLA Asian American Studies Center on Feb.
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