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Confronting pervasive segregation

New report on status of Black students urges incoming Biden administration to confront pervasive segregation.

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Another opportunity for DACA students

A federal ruling restores the program for undocumented students. Jennifer Nájera, associate professor and chair of Ethnic Studies, tells us why this matters.

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Are millennials really as ‘post-racial’ as we think?

Maybe not — at least when it comes to roommates, a UCLA sociology study suggests.

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UC Irvine-led study profiles undocumented students’ experiences in state public universities

A first-of-its-kind, multicampus report provides deep insights into successes and struggles in California.

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Honoring 102-year-old WWII vet, professor emeritus

UC Davis Hospice hosts a virtual ceremony honoring the life and heroics of 2nd Lt. Milton Hildebrand, now in their care.

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How the pandemic demonstrates veterans’ resiliency

A timely Q&A with Tess Banko, Marine Corps veteran and executive director of the UCLA/VA Veteran Family Wellness Center.

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Veterans’ voices

UC Irvine is the nation’s only top research university to offer a certificate program to those who’ve served in the military.

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President Drake announces new Presidential Policy on Gender Recognition and Lived Name

A new presidential policy will ensure that all individuals are identified by their accurate gender identity and lived or preferred name at UC.

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Diversity improves among TV actors, but executives still overwhelmingly white and male

The UCLA Hollywood Diversity Report: Part Two suggests the industry must do more to meet the moment.

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UC Davis to establish 4-year program for students with intellectual disabilities

The campus receives a $2.1M grant from the U.S. DOE to create a program that will be the first of its kind in California.