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This UCLA Professor’s Books on Policing and Prison Used to Be Treated as Radical. Now, Everything’s Changed

Award-winning historian Kelly Lytle Hernández seizes on a moment when the country is suddenly willing to grapple with white supremacy
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When ICE Threatened International Students with Deportation, Their Peers Sprang into Action

A contingent of current and former UCLA students used social media to connect and create an invaluable resource for vulnerable visa-holders
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Trump Administration Reverses Course on a Policy Targeting International Students

Classes going online due to the pandemic will not mean students have to leave the U.S.–at least for now
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The Coronavirus Is Causing Chaos During Finals Season at L.A.’s Universities

As colleges transition to remote classes and testing, students and professors are navigating uncharted territory
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Why UCLA Grad Students Are Ready to Go on Strike

Inside the fight for COLA (a cost of living adjustment) for students who work as teaching assistants

As Coronavirus Spreads, L.A. College Students Are Faced with a Spring Break Dilemma

UCLA is advising students not to travel to places like China or Italy—and some universities are encouraging students not to travel at all
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Recorded Phone Calls Give Insight Into the Inner Workings of the College Admissions Scandal

Transcripts allegedly capture disgraced admissions counselor Rick Singer hashing out "donation" details with parents
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UCLA’s Fight to Patent a Life-Saving Cancer Drug Could Make the Medicine Virtually Unobtainable in India

The university once promised to take into account the needs of patients in developing countries. The battle over prostate cancer drug Xtandi has critics questioning its dedication to that pledge
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Compton’s School District Is Suing the UC System Over ‘Discriminatory’ Standardized Tests

A pair of lawsuits call for the end of admissions based on the SAT and ACT
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California Will Fare Better Than the Rest of the U.S. When the Economy Slows in 2020

But L.A. could suffer its own unique economic pain in the coming years