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.
Denim Day transforms everyday clothing into symbols against against sexual assault and rape culture.
“The workshop was an attempt to begin a process of introspection—of how race informs gender. I hope it planted the seeds of activism for some of the people here, and they continue to think about some of the topics we discussed.”
This panel discusses the role of businesses and green technology in the movement for sustainability.
The workshop did a great job of addressing a topic that is not usually addressed: what feminism needs to be for students new to this country and this institution. BCC’s efforts to make Sexual Assault Awareness Month accessible to as many people as possible are evident and appreciated by those who attended this workshop.
Bruins from various organizations collaborated this week to create an event that aims to bridge the gap between homeless populations and students, an effort that will hopefully reduce the stigma that homeless individuals are confronted with every day.
On April 20, Bruin Drag Royalty, UCLA students who do drag, performed in UCLA’s Northwest Auditorium.
“You shouldn’t have to put whatever the fuck men want in front of your own discomfort.”
“Practicing safe sex is important, but it’s also important to recognize there are all different types of people and all different types of sex that people have.”
“My grandma told me to beat anyone’s ass if they tried to stop me from doing what I really love. Because of my grandma and great-grandma, I’ve never doubted that women can do anything.”