Despite the progress, Latinos’ narratives and experiences remain largely invisible in both authorship and editorial content, according to a UCLA study.
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block says that choosing permanent daylight saving time could create real health and safety issues for the northern part of the state.
No longer children but not yet adults, adolescents need opportunities to learn and prepare for their entrance into the broader society.
UCLA's Janet O’Shea says the answer has implications far beyond things like fitness and fun.
Karen Hunter Quartz says partnerships between community schools and universities are tied to democratic traditions of collective problem-solving and educational opportunity.
Middle East expert James Gelvin says that while both presidents wanted to decrease U.S. military presence, Trump’s actions have been more driven by impulse than strategy.
Law school dean Jennifer Mnookin and other law schools’ deans advocate for lowering the cut score to pass the bar exam.
Sociologist Stefan Timmermans co-writes a piece sharing what happens to unclaimed remains of those who die in Los Angeles.
Psychology professor Adriana Galván says her research shows that the right pillow and comfortable bedding can serve as a relatively inexpensive solution.
Chancellor Block: Why the controversial Students for Justice in Palestine conference will go on at UCLA
Affording a group its constitutional rights should not be perceived as an institutional endorsement of the group’s message.
UCLA faculty voice: Can L.A. build new parks and public spaces without gentrifying away low-income residents?
Jon Christensen and Alessandro Rigolon offer three ideas to help ensure community improvements don’t displace the people living there.
Political science professor Lynn Vavreck and her coauthors debunk some of the conventional wisdom about how Donald Trump won the Oval Office.
Marcelo Suárez-Orozco and Carola Suárez-Orozco say more must be done to help these children integrate into U.S. and European societies.
Environmental law experts Ann Carlson and Cara Horowitz review the long record of benefits achieved by the state’s aggressive anti-pollution rules.
Clinical psychologist Lekeisha A. Sumner points out the special considerations those offering support should keep in mind for this different type of grief.
Donald Shoup: If New York City charged $5.50 a day in just half its available spaces, the total revenue would amount to $3 billion a year available for services.
Ursula Heise writes about the benefit of Los Angeles becoming a habitat for the endangered, though non-native, green-cheeked Amazon parrot.
Professor Judea Pearl writes about how the current data-crunching approach to machine learning misses an essential element of human intelligence.
Two experts on child development on how forced separation can cause long-term mental health problems for children.
Political scientist Lynn Vavreck notes that while extreme candidates may mobilize their party’s base, sometimes they fire up their opponent’s base even more.
Having this information would help policymakers, researchers and advocates understand the needs of this population and design effective policies and programs.
Four UCLA professors offer their thoughts on the prize going to a non-classical or non-jazz record for the first time ever.
Mark Gold says it'll take a combination of capturing stormwater, recycling treated wastewater and restoring groundwater.
Law professor Adam Winkler says when the Supreme Court expands rights for corporations it becomes harder for elected representatives to regulate business for the public good.
Jon Christensen warns that as the city rediscovers the river, the future of communities along its path hangs in the balance.