How the COVID-19 Pandemic Has Impacted College Enrollment among Latinx Students

While the pandemic has had devastating effects on numerous…

Diversify Our Narrative: Social Activism in the Digital Age

When I was in the tenth grade, my Honors English teacher…
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The Curriculum That Distances Us

Learning about our history is a choice many minority students make in our college careers. We take ethnic studies courses in hopes of gaining a better understanding of our identities. However, in a diverse country like the United States, why isn’t this mandated in the K-12 curriculum? Why must we have to seek it on our own?
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In the affluent Westwood, Los Angeles, I find myself surrounded…

Academia is Getting Hard

Intellectual masturbation. I first heard this phrase from a student…

Educational beacon of light in Boyle Heights

People United to Enrich our Neighborhood Through Education (PUENTE)…

Parents Challenge Language Barriers in Parents’ Weekend

Expressing support for their children, Latino, monolingual parents…

We are all Ferguson. We are all Ayotzinapa.

On October 22, 2014 Black and Brown UCLA students joined forces…

October 22 National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality

On October 22, 2014,  the Stop Mass Incarceration Network from…