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CAPS creates new programs using funds from 2016 referendum

UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services has created new programs to interact with and support students using funds from increased student fees. CAPS is using funding from the #UCLAwellness Initiative Referendum to operate the CAPS Student Advisory Board, to run the International Student Support Program and to hire a community liaison who will help students access mental health resources outside CAPS, said Nicole Green, executive director of CAPS. Read more...

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The For the People slate is running three candidates, including Kosi Ogbuli, Nidirah Stephens and Sarena Khasawneh, in this year's undergraduate student government elections. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor, Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor, Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

For the People slate aims to empower student groups by addressing inequity

Members of a new student-run political group said their coalition aims to use the undergraduate student government’s resources to address inequities among students on campus. For the People is running three candidates, including Kosi Ogbuli, Nidirah Stephens and Sarena Khasawneh, in this year’s Undergraduate Students Association Council election in May. Read more...

Photo: The For the People slate is running three candidates, including Kosi Ogbuli, Nidirah Stephens and Sarena Khasawneh, in this year's undergraduate student government elections. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor, Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor, Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

The For the People slate is running three candidates, including Kosi Ogbuli, Nidirah Stephens and Sarena Khasawneh, in this year's undergraduate student government elections. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor, Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor, Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

Abel Valenzuela, special advisor to the chancellor on immigration policy, spoke at the an event where administrators and students discussed ways to help undocumented and international students affected by changes in federal immigration policy. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

UCIP discusses support for undocumented, international students in Q&A session

UCLA administrators said the university is providing economic and legal support in order to help undocumented and international students navigate changing federal immigration policy at an event Thursday. Read more...

Photo: Abel Valenzuela, special advisor to the chancellor on immigration policy, spoke at the an event where administrators and students discussed ways to help undocumented and international students affected by changes in federal immigration policy. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Abel Valenzuela, special advisor to the chancellor on immigration policy, spoke at the an event where administrators and students discussed ways to help undocumented and international students affected by changes in federal immigration policy. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)



Bruin Dine, an initiative that aims to serve food-insecure students and reduce food waste on campus, suspended the program after holding its first event Feb. 15. (Emma Skinner/Daily Bruin)

Bruin Dine program suspended after health code violation

Organizers have indefinitely postponed a program that would serve free leftover dining hall food to students in order to comply with food safety regulations. Bruin Dine, an initiative that aims to serve food-insecure students and reduce food waste on campus, suspended the program after holding its first event Feb. Read more...

Photo: Bruin Dine, an initiative that aims to serve food-insecure students and reduce food waste on campus, suspended the program after holding its first event Feb. 15. (Emma Skinner/Daily Bruin)

Bruin Dine, an initiative that aims to serve food-insecure students and reduce food waste on campus, suspended the program after holding its first event Feb. 15. (Emma Skinner/Daily Bruin)