Student Evaluated After Chemical Incident At UCLAA female student was evaluated Tuesday night for possible injury or contamination at a science building at UCLA following a chemical incident.
Parents Of UCLA Soccer Player Lauren Isackson To Plead Guilty In College Admissions ScandalThe Isacksons are accused of paying more than $600,000 in bribes to get their two daughters admitted to UCLA and USC as student-athletes.
UCLA Group Dragged Into Brunei Controversy Over Beverly Hills Hotel GalaThis week, Brunei began implementing Islamic laws which call for the punishment of gay people and those accused of adultery by stoning or whipping them to death.
Department Of Education Investigating USC, UCLA Over Admissions ScandalViolations could result in penalties such as losing access to Pell Grants and federal student loan programs.
UCLA Men's Soccer Coach Resigns Following College Admissions ScandalUCLA men's soccer coach Jorge Salcedo has resigned, nine days after being charged in what prosecutors have called the largest college admissions scheme.
Bernie Sanders Appears At UCLA Rally For Thousands Of Striking WorkersSanders briefly spoke at a rally near the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, one of several such rallies taking place across the state.
UCLA Women's Soccer Player Lauren Isackson Reportedly Linked To College Admissions ScandalThe parents of a UCLA student allegedly used bribery to get their daughter onto UCLA's elite women's soccer team – even though the teen reportedly never played the sport.
Stanford Students Sue USC, UCLA, Other Elite Universities Embroiled In Admissions Bribery ScandalThe lawsuit filed by Erica Olsen and Kalea Woods says that despite their stellar test scores, athletic skills and accolades, they did not get a fair chance at admission to Yale or USC, and their Stanford degrees will now be questioned due to the university’s inclusion in the scandal.
Mastermind Of College Bribery Scheme Once Pitched Reality Show On The IdeaWilliam "Rick" Singer plead guilty to charges including racketeering and money laundering. He faces a maximum sentence of 65 years in prison.
UCLA Anderson Forecast Predicts Cooler Housing Market In CaliforniaThe anticipated increase in demand for housing in the Golden State has failed to materialize, in spite of low unemployment levels and a generally strong economy, according to UCLA Anderson Forecast director Jerry Nickelsburg.
‘Varsity Blues’ Star James Van Der Beek Cleverly Mocks Name Of FBI's College Bribery StingIn the cult classic's most famous scene, Van Der Beek’s character tells his father, “I don’t want your life!”