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Trump Supporters Are Confusing LeVar Burton With LaVar Ball, And It's Painful
No, the "Star Trek" actor doesn't have sons who play basketball in L.A.
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Donald Trump Says He Should Have Left UCLA Players Jailed In China
The president lashed out at LaVar Ball, the father of one of the basketball players, in a tweet Sunday.
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UCLA Players Thank Trump After China Frees Them In Shoplifting Case
The president had earlier questioned whether his efforts would be recognized by the young men.
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UCLA Players Arrested In China Arrive Home After Trump Talks To Xi Jinping
They were detained Nov. 7 in Hangzhou on shoplifting charges.
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Before Ball There Was Me
Earl Ofari Hutchinson
Earl Ofari Hutchinson is an author and political analyst
The first thought I had when news broke about the alleged store thefts in China by UCLA freshman basketball player LiAngelo
3 UCLA Basketball Players Arrested In China On Shoplifting Charges
One of them is LiAngelo Ball, brother of Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball and son of outspoken sports dad LaVar Ball.
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Students Are Worrying About Donald Trump Instead Of Their Schoolwork
The 45th president appears to be having an effect on teenagers, but not a positive one.
Affirming Our LGBTQ+ Educators Is Essential To Fighting Prejudice
Jeff Baker, M.Phil.Ed., Ed.M.
Therapist, Equity Trainer & Educational Consultant
Our presence is often highly visible but routinely ignored. So much so that we sometimes resign to voicelessness.
Photo courtesy of GLAAD.
The Feds Could Fix College Sports. But They're Playing For The Wrong Team.
An antitrust suit against the NCAA’s price-fixing amateur model would benefit players -- and rid college sports of the worst corruption that plagues them.
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Adorable Dad Ships Sliced Mangos To Daughter After She Forgot Them At Home
The college student received the mangoes "cut, packaged and shipped with love."
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DACA And The American Dream
Facing History and Ourselves
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By Pedro Noguera, Distinguished Professor of Education at the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA
Quarterback Josh Rosen Leads UCLA To Epic Comeback From 34 Down
"It got real bleak at a certain point," he said.
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Hurricane Harvey's Public Health Impact Extends Beyond Flooding
"Disasters magnify fragilities that are already present in society."
Rick Wilking / Reuters
Silence Is Unacceptable: Cyber Bullying And Discrimination Against LGBTQ In Sports
Pro lacrosse player
Sports can and should be a safe environment that encourages camaraderie.
Why Climate Change Is A Women's Issue
A warning should President Trump pull out of the Paris Climate Accord.
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5 Ways We Can Begin Taking Preventative Measures Today To Improve Brain Fitness
Writer & Entrepreneur.
When we talk about cures for brain illness, we tend to think in terms of the distant future. Diseases like Alzheimer's pose
This Website Encourages Conversation To Tackle Mental Illness
UCLA Healthy Campus Initiative
Envisioned and Supported by Jane and Terry Semel. Making the ...
By Danielle de Bruin, UCLA Student This May, as we celebrate National Mental Health Awareness Month, it’s time to stop talking
UCLA Professor Identifies Connection Between Social And Physical Pain
Physical and emotional pain are rigid and seemingly opposite categories of human experiences, but their actual physical impact
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The First 100 Gays
Do you really want to read another think piece about Donald Trump's first 100 days? This is better.
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LaVar Ball Blames White Players For UCLA Loss In NCAA Tournament
"The foot speed is too slow," the father of NBA prospect Lonzo Ball said.
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Arrival Of Mountain Lion Kitten In Santa Monica Hills Highlights The Issue Of Cats' Limited Space
It’s hard for them to travel longer distances because highways hem them in, so they tend to inbreed.
National Park Service
Living With The Incivility Of Trolls Online And Surviving
Author and Family Internet Safety Expert
Anyone is capable of troll behavior, according to recent research from Stanford University and Cornell University. Wake-up
How The 'Guerrilla Archivists' Saved History – And Are Doing It Again Under Trump
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Views from experts in academia, providing fact-based analysis ...
By Morgan Currie, University of California, Los Angeles and Britt S. Paris, University of California, Los Angeles On Inauguration
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There's Even More Evidence That Diverse Films And TV Shows Are Really Profitable
But these Hollywood companies have been slow to sign more diverse talent.
LaMelo Ball Scores 92 Points In A Single High School Basketball Game
Not everyone was pleased.
CBS News Los Angeles
For Women, Cognitive Decline May Start Much Earlier Than We Thought
Mental sharpness begins to decline as early as a woman's 50s.
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