(Katelyn Dang/Daily Bruin)
There’s a sad truth that transfer students must face from day one: We begin our time at UCLA when it feels as though it is already running out.
On the occasion that students and faculty ask for something that will cost less money and fewer injustices, the University of California should be inclined to oblige.
Each year, the fashion, media and health industries find new ways to prey on the insecurities of women by perpetuating fatphobia.
Setting and idealizing unobtainable body standards only exacerbate women’s physical and mental stress.
When it comes to the topic of reopening schools, teachers should be the leading voices in the room.
But as it stands, California’s legislators have barely paid any attention to them.
Hearing about politicians can be tiring, but it’s difficult to deny the danger of allowing their actions to go unchecked.
At least nine women accused New York Gov.
America was built on the foundation that all people are created equal.
The recent litany of hate crimes against Asian Americans challenges this ideal.
The Stop AAPI Hate reporting center reported nearly 3,800 instances of discrimination against Asian Americans in the past year.
This post was updated April 25 at 6:46 p.m.
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