UCLA began providing free menstrual products at all campus restrooms April 4 ahead of a requirement by a new California law.
In October, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill requiring public schools and colleges to provide free menstrual products beginning in the 2022-2023 school year.
Spring is here, and TV lovers are forecasting a vibrant array of shows.
In the spirit of new beginnings, this season’s television releases promise both novel original series and long-awaited continuations of fan favorites.
Springtime is a moment to turn new leaves and new pages. As days get warmer and the frost recedes, the season invites new novels telling tales of dragon slayers and deep family secrets.
Laila Adarkar paints a colorful palette of flavorful dishes.
The third-year global studies student became a food influencer through her food Instagram account and established a meal kit that is distributed at the Farmers Market at UCLA.
This post was updated March 30 at 10:27 p.m.
The Grammys set music’s pace, no matter the season.
Full of shine, rhythm and soul, the front-runners of the 2022 Grammy Awards have taken center stage in fans’ playlists for the past year.
This post was updated March 30 at 11:49 p.m.
Like a broken record, the Grammys nominated the same old tunes.
The Recording Academy announced this year’s Grammy nominations with a notable absence of the global artists who are rocking today’s charts.
This post was updated Jan. 5 at 11:55 p.m.
Molly Erwin crochets to make a change.
The founder of Molly’s Dollies and third-year theater student said her crochet shop was inspired by her ability to create doll figures of friends and family but now serves as a way to create custom pieces while supporting social justice movements.
Jackie Justice heals her bruises by packing a mean punch.
Released Wednesday, sports drama film “Bruised” follows mixed martial artist Jackie Justice’s (Halle Berry) journey from leaving the sport in disgrace to seeking redemption.
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