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Nickey Woods promotes diversity at Gould

Woods started inaugural role as Assistant Dean of DEI at Gould Law in June.

Demands made after suspension

The Undergraduate Student Government call for reform and expanded resources.

Students hold vigil honoring sexual assault survivors

Demands for accountability continued on the Row two days after reports of sexual assault at the Sigma Nu fraternity.
Image of Sigma Nu house with papers taped to the wall and spray paint that reads “Ryan Schiffilea rapes.”

Former Sigma Nu President ‘main suspect’ in sexual assault reports

Ryan Schiffilea was question by the LAPD but has not been charged or arrested.

Protests continue for second day after sexual assault reports

Students sat outside the Sigma Nu Fraternity house and walked down to Pi Kappa Alpha

Artist discusses ‘Erased Lynching’ photo series

Ken Gonzales-Day focused on the historic erasure of California Latinx lynchings.

Students protest outside Sigma Nu after reports of drugging, sexual assaults

The fraternity was placed on interim suspension Wednesday night.

Students criticize First Choice Housing practices

Students allege that the company takes advantage of inexperienced renters.

Panel discusses toxic dating behaviors

The event examined how to identify “red and green flags” in relationships.

Ridley-Thomas pleads not guilty to federal charges

Los Angeles City Council voted 11-3 to suspend the councilmember.

Slight increase in cases after fall recess

Student Health attributes traveling over the break for the uptick in cases.

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