Scholarship fund to “support the education of future leaders in our community” is bolstered by the UCLA Chancellor’s Centennial Scholars Match Initiative.
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It’s a matter of racial justice that cannot be fully remedied by the supply-side approach to shelter, she says.
Karen Umemoto is co-editor of book sharing the narratives of nine student activists who fought for development of the curriculum on California campuses.
Despite its shortcomings, SB50 would have made development possible and leveled the playing field, Ong says.
He explains findings and methodology of the annual survey, which highlights the crippling cost of housing in Los Angeles.
Fourteen Democratic 2020 presidential candidates jockey for support from the state’s voters at a three-day convention.
The popularity of the fried chicken restaurant Howlin’ Rays highlights the process of gentrification that has alienated Chinatown locals.
Despite the popularity of the LAUSD proposal, polls suggest that low voter turnout will be difficult to overcome.
Taboos against putting a price on sex have fueled opposition, despite health and safety benefits.
Public Affairs pre-majors pose questions and express appreciation as first year nears its end.