College is expensive these days. Besides basic costs like housing, tuition, food, and books, additional fees are tacked on to student’s BruinBills to pay for a variety of initiatives on campus – from sustainability efforts to student concerts. Whether you believe these fees are part of the cost of living in a community or an unfair burden on the ever-increasing cost of education, it’s important to know where your money is going.
“For a long time, people thought that if women changed and asked for more rights, we would have equal rights. The work, however, needs to shift so that men are actively participating. Just as we speak about victims of sexual assault without addressing aggressors, we always talk about the feminist fight as a woman’s fight, without addressing that men are contributing to and benefitting from the current systems in place.”
“Feminism is about accepting and acknowledging difference in people not in an attempt for equality but for equity. Equality looks different to different people, and I think instead of trying to be equal, we can actually recognize, talk through, and embrace our differences.”
On Tuesday, May 9, Bruin Consent Coalition and Alpha Gamma Delta co-hosted an Empowerment Self-Defense (ESD) Workshop, led by World Arts and Cultures/Dance professor Janet O’Shea.
On April 25, members of the Hunger Project at UCLA along with guest speakers helped raise awareness about the severity of housing and food insecurity among students and residents of the greater Los Angeles area.