Despite a flurry of anti-trans legislation in conservative states across the country, there are many reasons to be hopeful, say UCLA’s Williams Institute experts Christy Mallory and Brad Sears.
They weathered an extraordinary year and have come out stronger.
A writing workshop for student veterans offers an opportunity to tell their stories and connect with peers.
Meet Kirsten Howley, the real-life Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory astrophysicist working to prevent “Armageddon,” as UC celebrates the International Day of Women and Girls in Science (Feb. 11).
UC President Michael V. Drake reflects on the Black workers, scholars, artists and activists who have propelled the University of California — and the world — forward, and the work that remains to be done to achieve our ideals of equality, inclusion and justice.
For thousands of UC DACA students, yesterday was the news they have been daring to hope for: that they can continue their educations, remain in their communities and keep contributing in their fields, from health care to education.
How did we become obsessed with thinness? It has to do with race, says sociologist Sabrina Strings.
The University of California looks to produce 1.2 million UC graduates by 2030.
Students find family, belonging and academic success on UC campuses.
Nearly 10,000 students packed UCLA's Pauley Pavilion May 1 for College Signing Day, a massive, nationwide celebration of committing to higher education.
See how well you know these unforgettable UC women by taking our Women's History Month quiz.
Undergrad Alejandro Quiñones is the first in his family to go to college — but already has his first author credit under his belt.