A poll from the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies found that roughly two-thirds of Californians were worried about becoming a victim of gun violence or having someone close to them victimized. But the worries varied across party lines.
The artificial intelligence chat box is changing the way some professors approach class assignments.
Meet Sir Charles, owner of South L.A. barbershop Off Da Top.
SB 1228 will privatize DNA profiles created from rape examination kits.
SCA hosted a special Q&A with the filmmakers behind ‘jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy.’
Initiatives to expand resources for survivors of sexual assault on campus and a spring update from USG VP Lucy Warren were also announced at tonight’s USG meeting.
#2MillionBy2022 is a platform driving change for immigrant communities in Los Angeles and beyond.
A week before voting begins, the USG election commission confirmed two write-in tickets for the 2022 USG presidential race.
USG leaders discussed a variety of programs and proposed resolutions at the first two meetings of the spring semester.
Some students say little has changed a year after Christopher Manning was hired but others believe that DEI initiatives take time to implement.
Journalist Alex Stuckey untangles the quiet but weighty intersection between journalism and introspection when reporting on sexual violence.
In the wake of the bombshell Title IX investigation, the school must prioritize student reports.
In light of National Recovery Month, we reached out to members of our community who have insights on drug abuse and overdose prevention.
The warped reality of social media and its effect on young adults' mental health
Match Volume’s Caitlin Calfo “sits down” with Madison Campbell to discuss her mission to make the aftermath of sexual assault less intrusive and more personal.