The United States’ Nativist Tone is Neither New nor Unique

A moderated forum over progressive border policy hosted at the Hammer Museum (co-presented with Univision 34 Los Angeles) went over the current border issues of the US and Mexico
April 20, 2019/by Israel Cedillo

Documenting the Undocumented: The 2020 Census

The Census is meant to is meant to be a survey of the people who live in the United States, not just its citizens.
December 19, 2018/by Cristina Delgado

The Future of DACA Recipients in the Time of Trump

UCLA should offer more support to the undocumented community, students say.
November 20, 2018/by Melissa Diaz

Photographer George Rodriguez’s “Double Vision” Retrospective at The Lodge

Even before crossing over to The Lodge at 1024 N. Western Ave.,…
July 8, 2018/by Israel Cedillo


Mexico is currently facing the most violent year in history -…
June 9, 2018/by Alondra Castanon

La nariz como la de mi padre

"Así es como mi mirada se iba aflojando hacia el suelo, así es como mi mirada nunca es fija cuando te veo a la cara"
May 17, 2018/by Vanessa Gonzalez Soto

AFSCME Labor Strikes: El Precio de la Pobreza–The Price of Poverty

Thousands of service workers across the University of California…
May 13, 2018/by Elizabeth Garcia

Mujer Monday: Soraya

"I know there are many questions without answers, and that hope…
May 7, 2018/by Abigail Duran

Review of Axe Bahia: The Power of Art in Afro-Brazilian Metropolis at the Fowler Museum

The Fowler Museum, located at UCLA is now displaying a three-part…
February 18, 2018/by Kathy Castillo

Golden Kingdoms: Luxury and Legacy in the Ancient Americas at the Getty Center

Although gold is a highly cherished metal in contemporary society,…
February 1, 2018/by Kathy Castillo

Action Plan for Affordable Textbooks Report Release

MEDIA ADVISORY: PRESS CONFERENCE In fight for more affordable…
January 24, 2018/by La Gente Newsmagazine

Radical Women at the Hammer Museum

The exhibition, Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985, just closed on December 31. In case you missed it, here is the review!
January 5, 2018/by Daisy Vargas

US-trained Security Forces Kill Hondureños Amid Election Result Blackout

After a state-imposed curfew was implemented Friday, December 1, Honduran militarized police and armed forces have unleashed chaos, violence, and death on Hondureños revolting against President Juan Orlando Hernández and his election commission's failure to release results of the November 26 election.
December 7, 2017/by Joseph Mejia

From Chavez Ravine to Dodgertown

Cultural Erasure in the Context of Dodger Stadium
November 13, 2017/by Carla Gonzalez

Nació en Yaanga: A Xicano in Settler Los Angeles

La historia de esta tierra, It sings of pain, suffering, and…
October 16, 2017/by Kristian Vasquez

Remembering the Legacy of Chicano Historian Juan Gómez-Quiñonez

It’s the beginning of my Fall quarter in 2016 here at UCLA…
August 24, 2017/by Kristian Vasquez

The Heart of El Sereno

  Sandwiched between the Here and Now and Mundo’s Furniture…
August 7, 2017/by Natalia Cadena-Másmela

Girl Head Pendulous

Girl Head Pendulous Written by: Vanessa González Soto For…
June 8, 2017/by Vanessa Gonzalez Soto

El Pueblo Unido: The Venezuelan Crisis

Photo by Blas Santander. On May 7th, Lilian Tintori, the wife…
May 20, 2017/by Elizabeth Garcia

QUETZALCOATL: Aztlan Profundo and Our Spiritual Connection To Abya Yala (XINACHTLI SERIES)

The Mother Earth runs deep through your soul. —Aztlán Underground,…
May 20, 2017/by Kristian Vasquez

The Ladder of Hope Through the Eyes of an Immigrant

It’s easy to vocalize our artistic ideas but it’s even harder…
May 15, 2017/by Natalia Cadena-Másmela

Nuestro Éxito

“Mi hija Libni,” my tía says before she pauses to measure…
May 14, 2017/by Rachel Medel

Xicanx Studies as Healing and Resistance

A rush of emotions swept over me as I sat in my Mexican-Americans…
May 12, 2017/by Saphirre Long

Dorming: Pros and Cons

May 3, 2017/by Alondra Castanon

Growing Up Brown

Brown. The color of dirt. The color of the mud that falls…
April 11, 2017/by Natalia Cadena-Másmela

Who Was Cesar Chávez?

Header photo by John W. Schulze. Growing up in San Jose in…
March 31, 2017/by Alondra Castanon

Remembering Beloved UCLA Professor

While at UCLA, I took Professor Mark Sawyer’s course, “Black…
March 27, 2017/by Michelle Salinas

Transitioning from a Big Household to College

I went from living in a big, noisy Mexican household of eight…
March 19, 2017/by Alondra Castanon

Who are Film’s Addicts, Maids, and Gardeners?

While watching films and television, I’m often reminded of…
February 20, 2017/by Natalia Cadena-Másmela


“Xicana/o encounters with diverse Native knowledge allowed…
February 19, 2017/by Kristian Vasquez

Latin America’s International Students

February 17, 2017/by Victoria Garcia Lecuona

¡AYOTZINAPA RESISTE!: State Sanctioned Violence and Indigenous Resistance

Above photo credit to Al Jazeera Media Network This article…
January 27, 2017/by admin

Avoiding Complacency: How to Get Involved and Make a Difference

January 20, 2017/by Teresa Maldonado

Reflections from Election Day 2016

Photo by Mitchell Haindfield.  Within a few hours, Donald…
January 20, 2017/by admin

Navigating UCLA sin nuestras Madres (a series): -Xillona Pero Xingona?: Un Amor Sin Fronteras-

We walked onto the UCLA campus for the first time: juntas. My…
January 11, 2017/by Maritza Geronimo

La Bienvenida a California

¡Bienvenidos a California!   ¡Bienvenidos al ardiente…
January 7, 2017/by Anthony Garcia

Press Release: Statewide Strike of the University of California to Impact Students and Public

Below is a press release of the University of California workers…
January 6, 2017/by admin

Daddy Smiles

I picked up daddy smiles at the local supermarket I am the…
January 6, 2017/by Vanessa Gonzalez Soto

Same School, Different Stories: Getting to Know UCLA’s Non Angelenos

Students travel from all over the world to attend and graduate…
January 5, 2017/by Gisselle Cortez

Grupo Folklórico de UCLA Celebrates Día de los Muertos

December 22, 2016/by Gabrielle Biasi

Night of the Blaxican

  The vinyl sits in a crate on a table next to the…
December 19, 2016/by Kristian Vasquez

UCLA Students Keep Dia de los Muertos Tradition Alive

Bad weather conditions did not stop UCLA students from celebrating…
December 15, 2016/by Maria Amaya

Ten Things to do this Winter Break

December 4, 2016/by Elizabeth Garcia

Poverty in Mexico

Dear America, Mexico doesn’t send its worst; it sends its most…
December 3, 2016/by Kassandraa Aldana

Dia de los Muertos at Hollywood Forever

On Saturday October 29, many gathered at Hollywood Forever Cemetery…
December 1, 2016/by Cristina Gonzalez

On The Hill: Dia de los Muertos

Hand crafted paper mache flowers, yummy sugar skulls, and numerous…
December 1, 2016/by Carmen Toscano
Photo by: Mayra Vanessa Lopez

Altares at Grand Park

Header photo taken by Mayra Vanessa Lopez Under the beautiful…
November 21, 2016/by Evelyn Arroyo

The Disappointing History of Photography Legend Cindy Sherman

The unfortunate and jarring realization I made about the art…
November 21, 2016/by Gabrielle Biasi

Siege at Standing Rock

On the afternoon of October 27th, a militarized police force…
November 14, 2016/by Joseph Mejia

Proposition 58: Bilingual Education is Beneficial

With Proposition 58 on the ballot this November 8th, citizens…
November 7, 2016/by Irlanda Mora

La creación de Xibalba

Tienta la tierra y acuéstate en ella y siente su vibración.…
November 4, 2016/by Kenneth Sanchez

Tapping into 2017: The Drums at El Rey

The Drums solidified their ever-growing support system in Los…
October 31, 2016/by Elizabeth Garcia
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