Public Affairs pre-majors pose questions and express appreciation as the program’s first year comes to a close.
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The revised route of the “train to nowhere” makes no sense, Loukaitou-Sideris argues. Wachs says California should have capitalized on its existing rail network.
The severity of the housing shortage in California merits drastic policy change, he argues.
SB50 would alter the residential makeup of California by changing single-family-only neighborhoods across the state, he says.
Experts agree that congestion pricing and public transit are more environmentally friendly and effective in reducing traffic compared to freeway expansion.
Op-ed cites worsening smog and decreasing air quality as proof that pollution is a public health emergency in California.
UCLA Luskin students travel to nation’s capital as part of year-long program.
As the overcrowded city of Jakarta continues to sink, the Indonesian president moves forward with relocation plan.
Newton argues that Eisenhower’s response to the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education decision and Little Rock illustrate his ambivalence on desegregation.
UCLA Luskin students bring scholars and social services professionals together to explore immigration and other pressing concerns in the Latinx community.