This post was updated May 17 at 8:23 p.m.
The broadness of the Asian American and Pacific Islander label conceals the unique struggles and needs of students navigating higher education – including those in the University of California system – students and faculty said.
The University of California has its eyes set on expansion.
In September, the UC Board of Regents introduced a plan to add 20,000 student seats across the system by 2030 – enough to fill a new campus.
This post was updated Feb. 28 at 12:09 a.m.
The UCLA Asian American Studies Center co-sponsored the annual Los Angeles Day of Remembrance on Saturday to memorialize the 80th anniversary of the executive order that authorized the incarceration of people of Japanese ancestry during World War II.
Students and professors expressed concerns with the varying levels of COVID-19 testing accessibility across the University of California system amid an impending return to in-person classes.
A recently proposed state ban on oil and gas drilling would create the strictest environmental standards in the nation, but UCLA community members raised concerns about existing oil wells that are not included in the ban.
In preparation for presenting her business pitch, Emily Smith went boxing.
Under a business performance coach’s instruction, Smith and her fellow entrepreneurs at the UCLA Anderson Venture Accelerator program boxed punching bags while screaming their pitches to see how they could make their presentations more dynamic.
This post was updated Oct. 11 at 12:08 a.m.
In his third year, Juan Maya Hernandez began taking the bus home – only to fall asleep, miss his stop and end up in Santa Monica multiple times.
Two state bills addressing zoning and housing development will take a small but significant step toward addressing California’s housing crisis, some UCLA faculty and students said.
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.
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