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After presenting its first screening and panel at UCLA about sexual violence awareness in athletics and college communities, the University of California Global Health Institute will be bringing similar discussions to other UC campuses.
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Mando and The Child return to where it all began.
With Chapter 11 leaving off after Bo-Katan (Katee Sackhoff) tells Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal) to take The Child to the Jedi Ahsoka Tano, Mando proceeds to seek help from some old allies in the fourth installment of the second season of “The Mandalorian.” While this episode does not follow Djarin on his journey to find Ahsoka Tano, its content remains essential to the main storyline.
The creators of “The Liberator” are doing more than just telling a World War II story – they’re liberating the boundaries of animation.
The four-episode Netflix miniseries was released on Nov.
Garnering 95 Emmy nominations and 26 wins in its seven seasons, “The West Wing” is an NBC television drama that depicts an era in which the president of the United States is a Catholic Democrat and Twitter does not yet exist.
This post was updated Nov. 22 at 7:18 p.m.
Inner-city teenage life takes center stage in the drama, “Raise Your Hand.”
Written, directed and co-produced by UCLA alumna Jessica Rae, the feature-length film was released at the Social Justice Now Film Festival in late October.
The alethiometer spins once more – although perhaps it wavers upon true north.
The second season of HBO’s “His Dark Materials” premieres Monday, welcoming audiences back to a world of worlds.
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Mando is setting sail into an ocean of expanding storylines.
Season two episode three of “The Mandalorian” continues Din Djarin’s (Pedro Pascal) quest to reunite the frog-alien mother with her husband on the aquatic moon of Trask.
Halloween is long gone, but a new teen slasher is bound to make this fall just a little freakier.
Christopher Landon – writer of the “Paranormal Activity” sequels and director of “Happy Death Day” – joined television writer Michael Kennedy to create “Freaky,” a horror-comedy film that puts a spin on the classic body-swap trope.
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