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For many, college is a difficult time – moving away from home, making new friends, and struggling to stay on top of academics can be challenges for even the most ...

Stephen Bingcang left for El Salvador during winter break with UCLA Habitat for Humanity (H4H). He left because he wanted to help. Bingcang, a fourth-year Anthropology student, saw houses destroyed ...

It began with faded photos of protest marches, people holding signs that said “Asian and Gay,” and ended with a pomegranate held up to the light. This is the story ...

The Center for American Progress released a report on October 1st that found that passage of the DREAM Act would add $329 billion and 1.4 million jobs to the U.S. ...

On Monday, October 29th, students gathered in front of Kerckhoff Hall for the “A Day Without an Educated Student of Color” rally to protest a study by UCLA law professor Richard ...

  World War II conjures many words and places to mind: Pearl Harbor, Manzanar, the beach of Normandy, Hiroshima, perhaps even the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, the all-Japanese American team ...

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