Filling several high-level vacancies in government is “an unprecedented opportunity and responsibility that has fallen in the governor’s lap.”
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She says youth who live on the edge of chaos have insights that can help overcome persistent social ills, if we are willing to listen.
At UCLA conference, experts discuss new federal protections in the wake of an election season marred by suppression and intimidation.
Xavier Becerra’s selection for the nation’s top health care post “gives more capacity for California sensibilities and ideas to get into the mix in Washington.”
Research aims to fill gaps in knowledge about cannabis-related health disparities among LGBTQ youth.
The 19-member body selects winners of the Pulitzer Prizes in journalism, books, drama and music, elevating “voices that inform and inspire us.”
Gov. Newsom has a chance to turn the tide by sending a Latino to the U.S. Senate, she says.
UCLA experts join dialogue on lessons from the 2020 election, pointing to the complexities of voting behavior in a growing sector.
UCLA Luskin’s partnership with a top European university will allow graduate students to earn two distinct degrees in two years.
The fight for recognition is gaining steam as the country grapples with injustices committed against marginalized communities.