According to UCLA faculty, the 2021-2022 California state budget has the potential to significantly impact college accessibility and affordability for University of California students.
The budget, enacted July 1, allocates more than $547 million in ongoing funding to the UC, according to an emailed statement from UC Office of the President spokesperson Ryan King.
This post was updated Aug. 29 at 9:35 p.m.
The University of California released a plan in mid-August that aims to make policing activities more transparent and responsive to community concerns.
This post was updated Aug. 29 at 8:39 p.m.
When asked what his academic major was, alumnus Mike Murase jokingly replied, “Activism.”
Murase, who completed his undergraduate degree in 1970, said he had few opportunities to learn about Asian Americans in the classroom.
This post was updated Aug. 8 at 10:07 p.m.
When Kakeru Iwabuchi learned the 2020 Summer Olympics would be held in Tokyo, he was ecstatic.
Iwabuchi, a fourth-year sociology student from Japan, said he even applied to be an Olympic volunteer, hoping to support the Games.
When she first learned about Philanthropy as Civic Engagement, student Damola Adeyemo could not believe class participants gave away $100,000 to nonprofits as part of their coursework.
Two Congressional bills would expand financial aid to college students and help address housing and food insecurity at California universities.
Senate Democrats introduced the Pell Grant Preservation and Expansion Act on June 16.
This post was updated July 12 at 7:38 a.m.
Matthew Robb is ready to enjoy the Fowler Museum’s reopening after being unable to see artifacts in person for more than a year.
The U.S. Department of Education’s decision to extend Title IX protections to LGBTQ+ individuals may help limit discrimination against these students on college campuses, UCLA faculty said.
As a student pursuing a geographic information systems and technology minor, Kathryn Greenler is familiar with maps and data.
Yet Greenler only recently learned how to take a community-centered approach to her studies by creating technology that will amplify the voices of Koreatown.
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