The United States Supreme Court potentially striking down its decision on Roe v. Wade may cause uncertainty for other protections, such as same-sex marriage and birth control, UCLA faculty said.
This post was updated May 16 at 12:06 a.m.
Thousands of people gathered outside Los Angeles City Hall on Saturday in support of abortion rights and to protest the potential overturn of Roe v.
This post was updated May 8 at 9:51 p.m.
Voter turnout for the 2022 undergraduate student government election was 15.19%, the lowest in more than a decade.
This post was updated May 4 at 10:15 p.m.
Angelina Quint could face disqualification for failure to comply with the Undergraduate Students Association Elections Board’s sanctions to remove false and damaging information toward candidate Carl King Jr.
Gwen Chodur would have never been able to afford higher education if it weren’t for student loans. But now, she said, the decisions she makes regarding her career will need to revolve around her ability to pay back her loans.
This post was updated April 17 at 10:23 p.m.
A UCLA lecturer’s lawsuit against UCLA and University of California administrators will go to trial, according to a court ruling.
This post was updated March 6 at 10:07 p.m.
For many, Powell Cat is a reliable friend away from home.
“Powell Cat is kind of like my second animal home,” said Isabelle Sandbank, a third-year applied linguistics student.
Unions across the University of California met Tuesday to discuss their goals and how they can incorporate climate change and greener initiatives in their union.
Representatives from the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299, the California Nurses Association, United Auto Workers Local 5810, Student Researchers United – UAW, University Council – American Federation of Teachers, University Professional and Technical Employees, and UC Green New Deal Coalition held a virtual cross-union panel to discuss their respective goals as unions, what they are currently doing and what they hope to achieve in the future.
Multiple University of California campuses are facing labor shortages in their dining halls, impacting employees’ and students’ on-campus dining experiences.
In September, the United States workforce was 5 million people fewer than before the COVID-19 pandemic because of a multitude of factors, including the risk of getting COVID-19, wanting to explore different job prospects, and child care issues, according to The New York Times.
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