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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

THE PATH TOWARD XICANA INDÍGENA (XINACHTLI SERIES)

“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

Lifeline

Ink spills the thread, spreading Staining,         …
June 9, 2016/by Elena Diebel

The 35th Anniversary of Zoot Suit

On Thursday, May 19, many Chicanos gathered at the Fowler Museum…
May 26, 2016/by Anakaren Andrade

Previously, On Chismeando con La Gente

Last week on “Chismeando con La Gente,” we discussed…
May 26, 2016/by Jocelyn Martinez

Commuter, Undocumented, and Undeterred

Antonio* travels on public transportation for a total of…
May 18, 2016/by Miranda Edmonds

May Day 2016 in Los Angeles

    This past Sunday, the International Workers…
May 3, 2016/by Roxana Martinez

AF3IRM Presents: Ana Tijoux in LA

THANK YOU!!!! Last weekend, AF3IRM LA hosted a sold out…
May 2, 2016/by Yadira Sesmas

7 Comments Commuters Are Tired of Hearing

This piece was written by Kimberly Soriano and Roxana Martinez.   “At…
May 2, 2016/by La Gente

Last Week on Chismeando con La Gente: Semana de la Mujer

  Last Thursday on Chismeando con La Gente, we discussed…
April 29, 2016/by Andrea Martinez

Last Week on Chismeando con La Gente: Education

🎶 We feel pretty, oh so pretty 🎶 Surprise! Head to…
April 21, 2016/by Jocelyn Martinez

  Crumbs dissolve on my tongue like Té with Tía…
April 19, 2016/by Elena Diebel

Neon Indian Leads a Party at–6126 Hollywood Blvd?!

  After a five year break, Neon Indian played a sold…
February 26, 2016/by Maria Perez

Drunk Girl, A Play Demonstrating the Need to Talk About America’s Rape Culture

If you thought #RealWomenHaveCurves was great, wait until…
February 17, 2016/by Anakaren Andrade

Celebration: Dissecting Angelica Becerra’s Art, Part 2

This is the second installment of our 2-part interview with UCLA…
February 8, 2016/by Giovannie Nunez-Duenas

Celebration: Dissecting Angelica Becerra’s Art, Part 1

If you are a Latinx at UCLA, you might have already been in contact…
February 5, 2016/by Giovannie Nunez-Duenas

MOLAA Showcases Chicano Art on Free Museum Day

  On Saturday January 30th, all museums in Los Angeles…
February 3, 2016/by Yadira Sesmas

Resources for Undocumented Students at UCLA

The Bruin Resource Center Undocumented Student’s Program…
January 29, 2016/by Miranda Edmonds

California Kicks Off 2016 With Anti-Deportation Protests

Resistimos y no nos rendimos ✊💖✨ #FuckICE #FuckYourBorders…
January 29, 2016/by Erendirani Aparicio Chavez
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