“Although change is slow, it’s also inevitable.”
UCLA is a campus full of diverse events, art exhibitions, and speakers. Here are some upcoming events that FEM’s Campus Life staff is looking forward to!
“We started Psypher to create a space for dancers where they wouldn’t have to focus on looking perfect.”
A summary of “Suicide: Practice and Policy Implications,” a conversation about suicide and prevention, specifically within the military.
“If you are asked to describe an object, you answer that it is a body with a surface, impenetrable, shaped, colored, and movable. But subtract all these adjectives from your definition and what is left of that imaginary being you call a body?”
A summary and analysis of the conversation between Michael Kors, Kate Hudson, and The World Food Program about ending world hunger and the responsibilities it involves.
As a Filipina woman of color who is passionate about mental wellness, body positivity, and support for survivors, Corales sees her feminism as a huge part of her life’s purpose and of practicing self-love.
When students show up for workers, the university can no longer perpetuate the toxic and backwards myth that workers’ demands for respect and dignity are a threat to students’ quality of experience at university. This is a rhetorical ploy which we have heard over and over again by the UC to put students and workers against one another and evade accountability.
Millennial voters have the ability to dramatically affect every American’s access to healthcare, housing, and education. Let your voice be heard at the polls this Nov. 6.
The success of “Crazy Rich Asians” can be interpreted as a crack in the system, an opportunity to open up more conversations about ethnic experiences and more possibilities for Asian-Americans to engage in the industry.