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President Joe Biden’s repeal of the controversial Muslim ban is an important step towards combatting the Islamophobia stirred up by his predecessor.
But that doesn’t mean the work is done.
This post was updated Feb. 26 at 5:12 p.m.
As Black History Month comes to a close, I reflect on the fact that UCLA has many campus buildings and structures named after its Black student-athlete alumni.
Anti-Semitism won’t vanish overnight.
But education – and engagement – can pave the way for a better future.
President Joe Biden’s commitment to advance racial equity and support underserved communities serves as a glimmer of hope that some much-needed changes will happen.
Religious discrimination is far more universal than we care to admit.
Luckily, Bruins have access to an important resource to combat this – education.
Living in the era of misinformation presents itself with many obstacles.
If you’ve been paying attention to the news lately, you may have heard about the massive farmer protests in India that were sparked by the passing of three agricultural laws this past September.
UCLA may represent a beacon of progressivism and inclusivity for LGBTQ students.
But a closer look reveals holes in this perfect image.
UCLA has sponsored groundbreaking LGBTQ research for more than 50 years, which is longer than most other universities in the United States.
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.
Dear Daily Bruin Editorial Board,
I write in response to your recent Enterprise article, “Lights, Camera, Inaction.” I graduated from UCLA’s Screenwriting MFA program in the spring of 2020.
Ignorance may be bliss when it comes to international affairs, but it’s also selfish.
The pandemic has forced us all to reckon with the ways gaining an education has become harder for some of our peers during remote learning.
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