Social media typically represents what a person wants to show about themselves.
But sometimes, it’s also what they don’t want to be seen as.
Kaplan Test Prep administered a survey that was made public Jan.
Walking home for Thanksgiving might be the best-case scenario for out-of-state students.
On Oct. 29, the Los Angeles International Airport implemented a ban on ride-hail vehicles picking up passengers directly at terminals.
Vegetarianism is often treated as taboo – like the boogeyman, or maybe Los Angeles Clippers fans.
The trend of vegetarianism and veganism, especially in Los Angeles and California as a whole, has appeared to explode over the years.
Multifactor authentication. Many of us groan and roll our eyes the second those words are heard, and for good reason.
Multifactor authentication is a security system that asks a user for more than one form of identification for a login into a secure database.
Hold off on the hacksaws and gravel trucks – because grass is here to stay.
In the wake of a “megadrought” and drying water reserves, California has taken a liking to ripping out the green and planting succulents in its stead.
Avengers: Endgame is coming out April 26.
Equity, diversity and inclusion at UCLA: Endgame is nowhere in sight.
UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion was founded in 2015 to uphold its values of diversity.
“No Offense, But:” is back for another week. Join the crew as it talks about the discouraging number of Academic Senate undergraduate appointments and the sorry state of Westwood’s sidewalks.
UCLA is playing Jenga with students.
And soon enough, it’ll all come crashing down.
UCLA’s large undergraduate population warrants the need for additional housing. More accessible housing has long been something both the administration and student body have agreed on.
UCLA’s transportation system works just as well as the Los Angeles Rams’ offense did Sunday in the Super Bowl: It doesn’t.
UCLA’s transportation scene has slowly been improving over the years, adding more variety to the fray.
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