Wednesday, July 24

UC forms new contract for technical workers

The UC Office of the President announced Tuesday it has reached a new wage contract with a union representing University of California technical employees and research support professionals that has solved many of the problems that have plagued negotiations over the past two years. Read more...


UCLA ranks low in black admission

A recent survey from the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education found that UCLA has a lower acceptance rate for black applicants than its overall acceptance rate, putting it further down on the list than the majority of 30 top public and private universities that were analyzed. Read more...


A closer look: Rivals on the field, in the classroom

Now several days into Blue and Gold Week, the school spirit on campus is almost palpable. Though traditionally UCLA’s rivalry with the University of Southern California has focused on sports, to some, UCLA’s feud with USC encompasses academics as well. Read more...


Transgender deaths illuminated

Twenty-eight transgendered men and women are known to have died in the past year as a result of hate crimes. Monday night, students gathered in De Neve Plaza as part of the international Transgender Day of Remembrance in an effort to commemorate their deaths. Read more...


The math of the collective consciousness

Though most would see no relation between the poetry of William Wordsworth and engine production, John Lienhard’s theory of the arc of invention seeks to explain the links between seemingly unrelated cultural phenomena and invention. Read more...



Diplomat starts campus tenure

As a diplomat with the U.S. Department of State for over 20 years, UCLA’s new Diplomat-in-Residence, Robert Wang, has experienced his fair share of foreign highways. Read more...



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