UCLA Mellon Grant to Establish Archive About Mass Incarceration

UCLA scholars are launching an initiative to collect, digitize and preserve an archive of data, testimonies, artifacts and police files for the next generation of research on racial and social justice, the university announced today. “Archiving the Age of Mass Incarceration” is being funded in part by a three-year, $3.65 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and it will bring together expertise from the UCLA Institute of American Cultures’ four ethnic studies centers and their established connections to local advocacy groups. “This vital and significant effort will expand our knowledge of mass incarceration, connect the academy and impacted

4th Seed UCLA Heads to Sweet 16

The Bruins handled the Texas A&M in a 75-43 rout in the second round. It was the largest margin of victory for the Bruins in their NCAA tournament history.

USC Wins Pac-12 South, Beating UCLA, 40–21

Despite a season filled with turmoil and confusion, the USC Trojans have accomplished what many thought impossible; they defeated the nationally ranked UCLA Bruins, 40-21, on rivalry Saturday and Senior Day at the Coliseum. It was the 85th meeting between the cross-town rivals and it ended a four-year drought for the Trojans. The Trojans rushed for 235 yards, with 103 of those yards coming in the fourth quarter and they committed zero turnovers. It was a game that that is now being touted as a return to ‘Trojan football’. The Trojans struck first, with an Alex Wood field goal, taking