Monday, November 20

The undergraduate student government external vice president’s office held the Food Security Town Hall in Kerckhoff Grand Salon, as part of the systemwide Sustain Our Students campaign, to inform students of resources such as the meal vouchers and Food Closet programs. (Grace Zhu/Daily Bruin)
The undergraduate student government external vice president’s office held the Food Security Town Hall in Kerckhoff Grand Salon, as part of the systemwide Sustain Our Students campaign, to inform students of resources such as the meal vouchers and Food Closet programs. (Grace Zhu/Daily Bruin)

Chancellor Gene Block appointed Dr. Valenzuela, a professor of Chicana/o studies and urban planning, as the special advisor to the chancellor on immigration policy. (Courtesy of the Optimist Campaign)
Chancellor Gene Block appointed Dr. Valenzuela, a professor of Chicana/o studies and urban planning, as the special advisor to the chancellor on immigration policy. (Courtesy of the Optimist Campaign)


The Undergraduate Student Association Council will vote on whether to update the agenda minutes to reflect that, while the vote was taken, it will not be implemented because it did not meet the adequate amount of votes according to the election code. (Daily Bruin file photo)

USAC found in violation of election code amendment procedures

The Undergraduate Students Association Council violated the election code after failing to follow bylaw amendment procedures, according to the UCLA Office of the Campus Counsel. The council violated its constitution and election code when it voted to limit student political group campaign spending this month without first appointing an election board chairperson and not meeting voting requirements. Read more...

The Undergraduate Student Association Council will vote on whether to update the agenda minutes to reflect that, while the vote was taken, it will not be implemented because it did not meet the adequate amount of votes according to the election code. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The UCLA Registrar's Office announced that it will be updating the student records policy to remove student addresses from directory information. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA updates policy to remove student addresses from directory

UCLA is updating its student records policy to remove student addresses from the campus directory, university officials announced Monday. The Registrar’s Office announced in a campuswide email it will update UCLA Policy 220, which concerns student records disclosures, in accordance with a University of California policy change last month. Read more...

The UCLA Registrar's Office announced that it will be updating the student records policy to remove student addresses from directory information. (Daily Bruin file photo)


(Juliette Le Saint/Illustrations director)

Mental health screenings, treatment services now free for all students

UCLA is reaching out to all students to provide free mental health screenings and treatment services this year. The UCLA Grand Depression Challenge, a universitywide research initiative that aims to decrease the health and economic effects of depression, is expanding efforts to offer internet-based treatment and optional drop-in support groups, according to the UCLA Grand Depression Challenge. Read more...

(Juliette Le Saint/Illustrations director)


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