Monday, October 21

Small majors cope with limited options

UCLA student Jeanette Canela had trouble signing up for courses this quarter ““ not because there was no room for her to enroll ““ but because the classes she needed for her major were simply not offered. Read more...


Unit cap limits academic, graduation options

Though most students look forward to graduation, fifth-year student Kendrick Lo is doing all he can to stay an extra quarter at UCLA. Lo is five classes away from graduating with a double major in psychology and economics, but will instead graduate with only a degree in economics because he is over his unit limit. Read more...


“˜Diversity credit’ plan disputed

In the University of California system, UCLA ““ one the most diverse campuses in the system ““ is the only campus that does not require students to fulfill a diversity requirement to graduate. Read more...


Department restricts enrollment

Some students with priority enrollment did not get as much of a priority as they would have liked this past week. To assure that seniors will graduate on time, the economics department closed all of its classes for priority enrollment so seniors would get first priority instead. Read more...


Class schedule revamped

Students choosing their classes for winter quarter may notice a few changes in the schedule from last quarter. Specifically, new seminar and tutorial courses have been added, and the numbering of all seminar and tutorial courses will be uniform across departments. Read more...





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