As a society, we have been led to believe that we cannot attain true happiness until we find ‘the one.’ The person who will supposedly complete us, fill our world with rainbows and butterflies, and make life worth living.
Muslim and Jewish students are working together to convince UCLA administration and UCLA Dining to respect a major religious tenet for these two groups, and provide halal and kosher food options on the hill.
To generate awareness of the immediate need for female education, UCLA is hosting a film screening of the 10×10 Production, “Girl Rising,” which depicts the stories of nine girls from nine different countries who overcome numerous obstacles to get an education.
FEMEN’s recent protest, “International Topless Jihad Day”, drew condemnation from Muslim women across the world. By and large, the ethos of non-Muslim feminists have been antithetical to Muslim women.
For a while, I had a hard time understanding what the difference was between self-confidence and arrogance. I was always worried about going from low self-confidence to high, and then going too far and end up being arrogant.
Youssef is pushing at the boundaries of freedom of expression in Egypt and voicing the frustration many have with Egypt’s leaders and institutions.
Inspiration for this blog entry comes from two sources: the movie Good Will Hunting and college acceptance season. Both are examples for us to reflect on the opportunities we have and capitalize on them.
Always have a smile ready for those around you and always give people seventy excuses.
USAC elections are underway. Let’s Act!
Stories of successful, talented young entrepreneurs are all over the web. Many of us have looked at these entrepreneurs and thought to ourselves, “I could have done the same thing.” How do they do it?