The murder of Andrea DelVesco is the subject of the new ABC News docuseries "Death in the Dorms," now streaming on Hulu.
"My hope is that a new leadership emerges," said one L.A.-based professor about the effects of the City Council's most recent scandal.
LGBTQI+ migrants around the world "may experience abuse" in detention centers, researchers with UCLA's Williams Institute said.
A spokesperson for the state Health Department said the release of the comments was a clear attempt to "smear" Joseph Ladapo as he faces confirmation hearings.
Mac Etienne was arrested and cited for assault with intent to injure, insult, or provoke after the Thursday incident.
Police say Harris' manifesto had thousands of violent phrases and references that included "shooting, bombs, schoolyard massacre and Boulder."
"It makes me, and many other students, feel unsafe and disrespected to not get any information about such a big threat," a UCLA student told Newsweek.
UCLA canceled classes after Harris, a former lecturer, sent emails to staff and students that contained a video that referenced a mass shooting and a manifesto with "specific threats."
UCLA's philosophy department canceled in-person classes after Matthew Harris reportedly sent a link to a video referencing a mass shooting and an 800-page manifesto to some department members.
Matthew Harris reportedly sent a video referencing a mass shooting, and an 800-page manifesto.
Shawn Laval Smith, who was arrested on Wednesday in connection with Kupfer's death, has a criminal history in California, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed on Wednesday that the suspect, identified as Shawn Laval Smith, had been taken into custody in Pasadena.
"We are definitely lucky to have these especially with the current testing shortage," replied the student who posted the clip.
The suspect is dressed completely in black, wearing a white N-95 mask and carrying a black backpack as he walks toward Oakwood Avenue and La Brea Avenue.
A manhunt is underway for the suspect accused of stabbing and killing 24-year-old Brianna Kupfer, a UCLA graduate student, while she was working at a luxury furniture store in Hancock Park. Live updates for this blog have ended.
"This is what happens when you stand up for freedom, and when you show up to work, willing to work, despite being unvaccinated," the doctor said.
Gordon Klein, who teaches financial analysis, law, and public policy at UCLA, claimed he suffered financially and emotionally, though he retained his position.
The LAPD said the college student woke up to find the suspect standing over her, with the man fleeing after being confronted by the female.
Francis' Olympics lasted less than 10 seconds and she finished last—in one of the most moving performances of the Tokyo Games.
March is over, but the madness continues with a crazy 3-point shot in overtime at the buzzer.
The upcoming matchup was widely expected, and it will be highly-anticipated, as both teams have been ranked Nos. 1 and 2 all season.
The conference will have nearly half the Elite 8, including two incredibly-low seeds. Now it can do something only one conference has ever done.
Although three No. 1 seeds remain, there are still plenty of Cinderella teams dancing through March Madness this weekend. Sweet 16 games are Saturday and Sunday.
The state's business, scientific and technical sectors are expected to be among the first to recover, economic forecasters predicted.
The UCLA student was photographed inside the Capitol wearing a red "Make America Great Again" hat and carrying a large blue "America First" flag and pole, the FBI said.
The university said it was "troubled" by reports of LAPD using Jackie Robinson Stadium as a jail without authorization.
The actor is donating blood and plasma to help develop a coronavirus vaccine (or "Hank-ccine"), and he wrote that it's really easy.
"It's not just a rare chance event. There has to be a mechanism to form them," study author Anna Ciurlo told "Newsweek."
The president's eldest son walked out on Trump backers at the University of California campus in Westwood, Los Angeles yesterday, after they shouted "USA!" and "Q&A!"