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Afrikan Student Union members said they are disappointed that UCLA administration only addressed about half their demands to solve issues of racial inequality. (Daniel Alcazar/Bruin senior staff)

ASU disappointed in Block, plans to push UCLA to address all demands

Afrikan Student Union members said they are disappointed the UCLA administration only addressed about half their demands to solve issues of racial inequality on campus. Chancellor Gene Block announced Friday UCLA administrators will hire an officer to increase outreach and recruitment of black students, and develop more robust anti-discrimination policies. Read more...

Photo: Afrikan Student Union members said they are disappointed that UCLA administration only addressed about half their demands to solve issues of racial inequality. (Daniel Alcazar/Bruin senior staff)

Afrikan Student Union members said they are disappointed that UCLA administration only addressed about half their demands to solve issues of racial inequality. (Daniel Alcazar/Bruin senior staff)

USAC Facilities Comissioner Ian Cocroft proposed changes for the council’s bylaws to pertain directly to student welfare issues. (Daily Bruin file photo)

USAC to consider limiting resolutions to issues of student welfare

The undergraduate student government will vote Nov. 17 to require council resolutions to pertain directly to student welfare issues. Undergraduate Students Association Council Facilities Commissioner Ian Cocroft said he proposed changes to the council’s constitutional bylaws to increase the efficiency of passing resolutions, or the council’s official stances on campus issues. Read more...

Photo: USAC Facilities Comissioner Ian Cocroft proposed changes for the council’s bylaws to pertain directly to student welfare issues. (Daily Bruin file photo)

USAC Facilities Comissioner Ian Cocroft proposed changes for the council’s bylaws to pertain directly to student welfare issues. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA Student Media will rent out part of its office to the Student Affairs department so it can be used as either a transfer or veteran student space. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA Student Affairs makes plan for new transfer or veteran center

UCLA Student Media plans to rent out a section of the Daily Bruin office to the Student Affairs department which hopes to use the space for either a transfer or veteran student center, as discussed in an Associated Students UCLA meeting Friday. Read more...

Photo: UCLA Student Media will rent out part of its office to the Student Affairs department so it can be used as either a transfer or veteran student space. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA Student Media will rent out part of its office to the Student Affairs department so it can be used as either a transfer or veteran student space. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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