A Peer Health Educators’ Perspective: Why UCLA’s Okanagan Charter Adoption & Cultivating a Community of Care Matters The Okanagan Charter calls on post-secondary schools to embed health into all aspects […]
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How UCLA’s Landscape Plan Affects Your Health UCLA’s vibrant campus is known to draw crowds of students, who gather on sunny days to enjoy picnics, engage in sports, or simply […]
Pay It Forward: Advocating for a Subway Station at UCLA As students and members of the UCLA community, we must powerfully advocate for a new subway stop on campus. While […]
Even with all the uncertainties in the world right now, we know one thing for sure: public spaces are now more important than ever. What is public space? We all […]
More and more utility boxes are being transformed into colorful displays of art on our streets. Southern California has become a hotspot for utility box mural programs with districts like […]
There are so many resources on the UCLA campus, but the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden is by far the most intriguing and lively to explore. If you’ve never visited […]
If you’ve ever wanted a bike, here’s a chance you can get it for free! On October 27, 2019, UCLA Transportation hosted Bike Recycling Day where the UCLA community had […]
From fresh fruit, tacos, and even Tupperware, all kinds of items are sold by 50,000 street vendors around Los Angeles. Until recently however, most of this activity was considered illegal. […]
Between the honks, screeching brakes, and sea of headlights, anyone walking around Los Angeles can tell its streets are dominated by car travel. Some residents may not even realize there […]
A transformation is underway in Los Angeles. People are lifting their voices in support of healthy neighborhoods. These voices are shaping land use decisions, influencing infrastructure investments, and changing how […]