Without proper preparation, finals can wear students down physically and mentally. As a result, we have compiled a list of helpful articles to help readers tackle finals week without sacrificing their sanity.
Last week, the Students for Justice in Palestine held Palestine Awareness Week to promote justice, human rights, liberation, and self-determination for the Palestinian people.
A gallery of photographs from the MSA West 2013 conference in UC Santa Barbara
There are some things in life that are inevitable. Death. Taxes. The Illuminati. Skinny jeans. And marriage within MSAs.
Check out photos from this year’s Islam Awareness Week hosted by the Muslim Student Association at UCLA.
People say that in the quarter systems, you are already behind on the first day. For many freshmen and transfer students, fall quarter tends to be one of the most challenging academically. Fortunately, the start of winter quarter coincides with the time in which many people partake in new year’s resolutions. Here are some ways to get started…
UC Irvine students pass historic legislation urging divestment from human rights abuses in Israel
(IRVINE, CALIF., 11/13/2012) – In an historic move that could initiate a domino effect across America’s campuses, the Associated Students of UC Irvine voted unanimously to divest from companies that profit from Israel’s occupation of Palestine, including from companies that contribute to illegal settlement construction in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Change is one of the hardest things to cope with. No matter what kind of person we are, we all like to stay where we feel most comfortable, and we can all agree that change doesn’t always come so easily. But the best way to greet hardship is knowing that we have the power to overcome it.
Universities like my own have increasingly turned to online classrooms to accommodate more students into these already packed courses. Some educators, however, are using a hybrid of online and in-classroom courses to produce a more valuable educational experience.
You are about to graduate, so what’s next? Save the world? Become a billionaire? Cure cancer? What is the first thing you are going to do? And how are you going to do it?