Makur Maker will not be joining the Bruins next season.
The five-star center committed to Howard early Friday morning on Twitter, claiming he wanted to start a movement of top-tier recruits going to historically black colleges and universities.
Los Angeles County experienced a nearly 13% increase in the number of individuals experiencing homelessness since last year, according to a June 12 report.
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, an independent authority created by the city and county of Los Angeles, found that 66,436 people are experiencing homelessness in the county, a 12.7% rise from last year’s report.
A UCLA student-run volunteer program provides health care workers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic with tutoring services for their children.
Front Lines Tutoring, a UCLA student-run volunteer initiative started in April, aims to give back to health care workers battling the pandemic by providing tutoring services to their children over Zoom.
Nicole Anticona Araujo couldn’t sleep the night before the Supreme Court released their decision on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
As a DACA recipient, Anticona Araujo had a lot riding on it.
Despite the cancellation of the event, protesters gathered at the intersection of Veteran Avenue and Wilshire Boulevard to demonstrate against police brutality.
What would happen if UCLA students returned in the fall to take in-person classes? We explore the potential spread of COVID-19 among students on UCLA’s campus.
Campus leaders have spoken: defunding and divesting from law enforcement are the only real options.
George Floyd’s death while in custody of the Minneapolis police in May sparked nationwide protests against racial injustice, including one at UCLA.
The category is: cultural authenticity.
HBO Max’s “Legendary,” which premiered its final episode July 2, is a competitive ballroom show where different groups called “houses” go head-to-head in themed categories.
This post was updated July 5 at 10:41 p.m.
Ever since footage of George Floyd’s death surfaced on timelines and newsfeeds in May, more people than ever before have been compelled to bring the elimination of police brutality and the dismantling of racial inequality to the forefront of the American consciousness and political agenda.
Even with the nation at a standstill because of COVID-19, Jenavee Peres has been very busy in quarantine.
When you’re a graduate student, the mother of a toddler and a catcher for UCLA softball, Peres says it’s a struggle to have any free time, even during a pandemic.