Who watches out for the watchers?

Q&A with UCLA professor Sarah Roberts, who has pioneered the study of the toll screening objectionable online content takes on the people who have to do it.

Zócalo/UCLA panel sizes up winners, losers of globalization

While California has been a winner in the free trade world market in terms of its agricultural exports, gains in technology and location on the Pacific rim in close proximity to Asia, manufacturing centers in the Midwest like Detroit have lost good-paying union jobs.

Closing the gender and diversity gap in the tech sector

More than 300 technology leaders, innovators, policymakers, journalists and academics will gather Friday at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion Club to share their ideas on closing the gender and diversity gap in the technology sector.

L.A.-area artists shine in Hammer's major summer show

Hammer’s biennial, which runs through August 28, highlights the practices of artists working across and near L.A., with an emphasis on those who are categorized as emerging and/or underrecognized.
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