A UCLA student made national news this week for his involvement in the insurrection at the United States Capitol on Jan. 6.
To many Bruins, Christian Secor’s involvement in the insurrection – and subsequent arrest by the FBI at his Costa Mesa home Tuesday – was no surprise.
During times like these, it can be hard to keep up with looming existential crises.
Still, the threats don’t stop being existential.
Just a few months ago, wildfires left behind trails of destruction all throughout California.
Overnight, democracy was toppled.
On Feb. 1, democratically elected members of Myanmar’s ruling party were deposed by the country’s military, which seized control of the nation and declared a yearlong state of emergency.
This post was updated Feb. 11 at 5:43 p.m. to reflect clarified statistics about racial demographics at UCLA during 2018 and 2020.
They’ll never let you hear the end of it.
The fight for affordable education has long been an uphill battle that students have traditionally waged.
And the recent campaign by the UC Student Association to increase Pell Grants is no exception.
It started with a text.
In a familiar story to most Westwood residents, two student pedestrians were nearly hit by a car at the intersection of Kelton Avenue and Ophir Drive.
“The time is always ripe to do right,” Chancellor Gene Block quoted in his Martin Luther King Jr. Day email statement to students.
Yet, ongoing delays of the promised Black Resource Center on campus serve to seriously undermine the credibility of Block’s message.
Student input shouldn’t just be a badge of inclusion – it should actually mean something.
In November, Norma Kehdi was hired as director of the Center for Accessible Education after previously being the center’s associate director of counseling services.
Days after a violent siege of the nation’s capital and years after dangerous rhetoric from the commander-in-chief, members of Congress are beginning the process to impeach President Donald Trump for the second time in less than two years.
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