The United States issued its first series of sanctions against Russia in wake of the crisis at the Ukrainian border.
Governor Gavin Newsom’s approval ratings recently dropped by 15 percent. With such a drastic drop in a short amount of time, it’s only natural to wonder why. What do people want to see change in California? Jeffrey Lee has more.
The UC system will pay more than $243 million to alleged victims of sexual abuse at the hands of former gynecologist James Heaps. Some survivors recently spoke to this on a Facebook live stream.
Incoming students and underclassmen have felt confused when they see campus traditions, like duct-taped statues and Helenes and Trojan Knights’ watch, for the first time.
An event Friday will allow students to purchase snack packs with their unused meal swipes and donate them to a local food bank.
One professor created a “research bubble” to analyze the events of the conference as they are happening in Glasgow, Scotland.
The Los Angeles Economic Assistance Pilot will begin accepting applications on Friday until Nov. 7.
According to DPS logs, five electric scooter-related accidents occurred in the month of September alone.
Bridges to Business Success Program mentors small business owners disproportionately affected during the pandemic.
The absence of ballot drop-off boxes on campus created a different atmosphere for students voting in Tuesday’s recall compared to the 2020 presidential election.
On-campus tailgating will be allowed at 25 percent capacity, while students are excited yet wary of the shifting COVID restrictions.