Opinion: To Counter UCLA’s Inhumanity, We Must Honor the Martyrs of Palestine.

UCLA’s Administration has put forth every effort to divide and suppress the voices of its students and workers. In order to rebuild our community, we must ground ourselves in the tens of thousands of martyrs of Palestine, and recenter the liberation movement around honoring their memories. This is how we can reclaim our campus and continue the fight for a free Palestine in our lifetimes.

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Editorial: Chancellor Block’s Emails – A Story of Strategic Deception & Discrimination

While Chancellor Block has persisted at claiming that he prioritized ensuring community members’ safety and right to free expression throughout his handling of the Palestine Solidarity Encampment, in-depth analysis of his encampment-related email announcements reveal strategic attempts to mislead and deceive the UCLA community, and most alarmingly, a calculated exploitation of Islamophobia and xenophobia for…

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Opinion: Ugly and Beautiful at 4 am

Written and Photographed by Palmer Dean It was clear after the counter-protest of April 30th that UCLA’s student protestors would have to prepare for another attack. Their camp, a self-sufficient place created spontaneously, needed to reorganize. So while they kept teaching history lessons, holding religious ceremonies, and playing music, they also refilled their supplies—clothes, blankets,…

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Opinion: The brutality committed on UCLA’s campus is a long-running pattern of the narrative of violence being used to justify atrocities.

*TW: Death and violence are mentioned. All images taken by UCLA Radio Staff. The violence that has ensued over the past few days is something not many would envision happening during their time at UCLA. But at the same time, it is not entirely unexpected given UCLA’s complicity in a narrative of power that subjugates…

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Pediatric AIDS Coalition’s Annual Dance Marathon 

Photos by Shayona Sengupta It’s the first Saturday of Spring Quarter and UCLA’s campus is deserted. Blissfully free of homework assignments, looming midterms and problems sets, students have fled Westwood…choosing instead to sun themselves in Santa Barbara, or hop from bar-to-bar along Venice Boulevard. The Bruin Bear stands alone.  That is, except for the 13-hour…

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Debriefing the 2023 Detroit Lions

Article by Grant Walters Regular Season & Postseason Success Bittersweet: The perfect word to describe the Detroit Lions’ historic 2023 season. The season began with high expectations, but it is safe to say that this team exceeded all expectations by winning their first playoff game since 1991 against the Los Angeles Rams and Matthew Stafford,…

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