Are immigrants finally California dreamin’ their way into college?

Dreams come true for future students, but the nightmares remain for current students in California

A Day in the Life of an Undocumented Student

Jesson and his parents immigrated to the United States from Mexico when he was two years old. In the middle school, he had the option to become a US citizen when a teacher wanted to adopt him.

Memories Fading on Pico and Union

Que onda con los nombres? What do they mean? Digging led to Burlington Homeboy and Homegirls Industries, a partial history of Pico and Union, and an art group named Earth Crew.

I Have Curves. Get Used to It.

I have never considered myself flaquita but neither did I consider myself overweight. It was only when I began to attend UCLA that I began to feel like a monster.

Chicano Studies Research Center Holds Annual Open House

The event this year was dedicated to Chon Noriega the director of the CSRC in celebration of his 50th birthday, and 10th year as director.

My Finals Craving

What do students do best in Finals Week? Two things: find ways to procrastinate and eat.

Father Boyle, “the Ghandi of the Gangs”

Father Gregory Boyle came to speak at UCLA about the founding of Homeboy Industries.

Writings on the Wall: Piecing together graffiti art and culture

From park benches to art galleries, graffiti has moved into the mainstream, but along the way has cultivated risk, fame and controversy.

Restaurant Review: Juquila

La Boquisabrosa reviews a located Mexican Oaxaqueña restaurant Juquila on Santa Monica Blvd.

September: ¡No MEGusta!

Despite spending, Whitman just shortchanged herself.