Friday, November 16

Program seizes student-led education

A few students on campus have begun to initiate their own educations, blurring the lines between being a student and being an educator. This handful of students is part of a new experimental program designed to help students start their own courses. Read more...


Striving for sustainability

The organization has grown from 12 members to over 500 in less than one year, and has played a leading role in drafting a policy calling for “green” buildings and a reduction in energy consumption on all UC campuses. Read more...



Students unite for MEChA rally

Correction Appended Hundreds of students congregated, their many voices forming one in their chant, “We’re fired up, can’t take it no more.” Chicana/o student group MEChA held a rally in front of Kerckhoff Hall on Wednesday afternoon in the hopes of teaching UCLA students about the purpose of MEChA, as well as uniting many student groups with the common cause of equality. Read more...


Faculty unites to fight fee hikes

If the message was not clear before, the department heads of the UCLA College are making sure their message about UCLA’s graduate programs are now heard loud and clear by the administration: The governor’s proposed cuts without adequate compensation from the university is unacceptable. Read more...


Cut and paste

Finals week is here, and the pressure to do well on final exams and papers can push some students over the edge. With the availability of several paper databases and student networking capabilities, the pressure to perform may cause students to look to plagiarism as an option. Read more...




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