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Conservative UCLA Lecturer Let Go by University After Criticizing School

Conservative UCLA lecturer Keith Fink has been let go from his post for supposedly failing to meet the institution’s standard of excellence. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZvMZwzihVM Attorney and lecturer Keith Fink appeared on Tucker Carlson’s Fox News program on more than one occasion during the spring

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Hindu Law Student Leaves UCLA After Anti-Israel Harassment

University of California Los Angeles law student Milan Chatterjee, the former president of the school’s Graduate Student Association (GSA), revealed that he is leaving for New York University because of discrimination, bullying and harassment by anti-Israel students at the publicly-funded California school.

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Stanford Beats Cal, USC Beats UCLA at 2016 Summer Olympics

The ongoing rivalry between the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and the University of Southern California (USC) has yielded another victory to USC, with the Trojans earning more Olympic medals from the Rio Summer Games than their Bruin counterparts. But Stanford stands alone on top, with 27 medals, according to one count.

Study: Latinos Live Forever, ¡Para Siempre!

A UCLA study of seven ethnic groups concluded that Latinos age more slowly than the other ethnic groups analyzed. “Latinos live longer than Caucasians, despite experiencing higher rates of diabetes and other diseases. Scientists refer to this as the ‘Hispanic

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UCLA Gunman Identified as Former Student Mainak Sarkar

UCLA gunman Mainak Sarkar allegedly shot and killed professor William Klug on Wednesday over a computer code. LAPD says Sarkar, who killed himself after allegedly murdering Klug, had accused Klug of “stealing his computer code and giving it to someone

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