“There is an anxiety level here that is unprecedented in my lifetime,” says the director of the UCLA Quality of Life Index.
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The growing popularity of this type of loan may be a symptom of a deeper problem in the economy: the inability of people to pay for modest consumer goods.
To keep campuses and the wider community healthy during the outbreak, Social Welfare Professor Ian Holloway leads a fact-based campaign that avoids stigmatizing language.
Students, alumni, faculty and staff come together for Welcome Week orientations and celebrations.
California’s new law banning minimum parking requirements near transit stops is hailed as “one of the biggest land-use reforms in the country.”
In the L.A. mayor’s race and around the country, Democrats have taken Latino voters for granted while the GOP has made inroads, UCLA LPPI’s Sonja Diaz says.
The proportion of alcohol-involved suicides significantly increased in recent years for U.S. women of all age groups, with the greatest increase among women over age 65.
To make real strides in the climate crisis, the move toward emission-free cars must be paired with a transit system that is a real competitor to the private car.
A.B. 2097 would preempt local parking rules, effectively ending minimum parking requirements in large swaths of California’s cities and suburbs.
When it comes to appropriate punishment for the worst crimes, should perpetrators be treated the same at age 12, 16, 40? There is no national consensus.