Theo Henderson hosts “We The Unhoused,” a podcast documenting stories of the unhoused people of Los Angeles and beyond. As an advocate for people who are unhoused, Henderson has been selected to be the newest activist-in-residence at the Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Editor’s note: This article uses the descriptor “unhoused” to describe people experiencing homelessness to respect Theo Henderson’s preferred use of the term.
Theo Henderson will become the UCLA Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy’s 2022 activist-in-residence, a position first hosted in 2017 to improve academic understanding of social justice.
Two UCLA professors hope to foster interregional cooperation among countries following the rise of water management disputes in the Nile River Basin and seek sustainable solutions through a joint webinar series.
The proportion of young adults infected with COVID-19 is increasing across California, including at UCLA. With the surge of the omicron variant, many students have tested positive for the virus over winter break and expressed confusion about university infection protocols.
This post was updated Jan. 18 at 12:29 a.m.
Some students have expressed concerns about moving into the dorms amid online classes and changes from the university administration.
Two UCLA alumni were selected for yearlong appointments as 2021-2022 White House fellows.
The White House Fellows program was created in 1964 to bring professionals from various disciplines and careers to Washington to work alongside government officials to learn about federal leadership and policymaking.
The Promise Armenian Institute at UCLA partnered with a film foundation to create an image archive to recognize and celebrate decades of Armenian photography.
The Promise Armenian Institute signed an official memorandum of understanding with the Armenian Film Foundation in April, said Hasmik Baghdasaryan, deputy director of the Promise Armenian Institute, in an emailed statement.
This post was updated Nov. 28 at 11:53 p.m.
Two UCLA alumni opened an art gallery on Melrose Avenue on Oct. 3, highlighting overlooked and underserved communities with their debut show “Luminarium: A Culture of Lights.”
The mission statement of The LA Art Box is, “To tell your story to everyone, everywhere.” The LA Art Box founders Bernie Bernardo and Mar Dumlao first met through Samahang Pilipino at UCLA, developing a lifelong friendship that would eventually lead to the creation of the gallery.
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