Sunday, June 17

(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Life Sciences forms new committee to help students navigate core classes

A new committee will gather student feedback to improve the curriculum for core life science classes. Navi Sidhu, an undergraduate representative for Associated Students UCLA, said he created the Life Science Core Student Advisory and Communication Committee on May 29, with the approval of Dean of UCLA Life Sciences Victoria Sork, to increase collaboration between Life Sciences Core Education administrators and students. Read more...

(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)

Dianne Feinstein said one way to combat tuition rises is to increase Pell Grants. Pell Grants currently cover less than a third of college tuition, she said. Feinstein said she has not voted against a single education program or loan and added she does not intend to ever vote against such proposals. (Sharon Zhen/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Dianne Feinstein said one way to combat tuition rises is to increase Pell Grants. Pell Grants currently cover less than a third of college tuition, she said. Feinstein said she has not voted against a single education program or loan and added she does not intend to ever vote against such proposals. (Sharon Zhen/Daily Bruin senior staff)

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Andrew Sokoler, a Candidates Operating Clearly candidate running for general representative, said that, although he and his campaign managers do not have any prior experience with student government, they are confident in their ability to bring change to campus. (Edward Qiao/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Andrew Sokoler, a Candidates Operating Clearly candidate running for general representative, said that, although he and his campaign managers do not have any prior experience with student government, they are confident in their ability to bring change to campus. (Edward Qiao/Daily Bruin senior staff)

GSA recap – April 18

Agenda: UCPD Lt. Kevin Kilgore said that UCPD has reached out to Graduate Students Association, Undergraduate Students Association Council, international student leaders and UCLA administration to ensure that protests on campus operate within UCPD guidelines and result in no arrests. Read more...


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USAC recap – Feb. 20

Agenda: The council decided not to allocate any funds over $1000 or make appointments because it did not have enough members present to meet quorum. The Undergraduate Student Association Council gave the Financial Supports Commission chairperson permission to make two $500 allocations within his own office for a retreat and workshop next week. Read more...