On the occasion that students and faculty ask for something that will cost less money and fewer injustices, the University of California should be inclined to oblige.
For all its touted progressivism, California doesn’t provide its residents the reproductive freedom they need and deserve.
The state has an opportunity to change that.
Senate Bill 523, introduced by State Sen.
As a graduate student researcher in the Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Physiology graduate program at UCLA, I spend my days studying sleep.
Recently, I’ve been spending my nights working on another project important to me both as a worker and also as a person who has begun transitioning from male to female: forming a union for student researchers at the University of California.
On March 16, the University of California made history. It signed an open-access agreement with Elsevier – the largest scientific publisher in the world – ensuring that articles published by UC affiliates in thousands of Elsevier journals, including the prestigious Lancet and Cell Press, will be available worldwide at no cost.
Each year, the fashion, media and health industries find new ways to prey on the insecurities of women by perpetuating fatphobia.
Setting and idealizing unobtainable body standards only exacerbate women’s physical and mental stress.
When it comes to the topic of reopening schools, teachers should be the leading voices in the room.
But as it stands, California’s legislators have barely paid any attention to them.
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Hearing about politicians can be tiring, but it’s difficult to deny the danger of allowing their actions to go unchecked.
At least nine women accused New York Gov.
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