Tuesday, September 25

Roughly 100 people rallied in and outside Murphy Hall on Tuesday to pressure administrative officials to accept student workers' demands for their new contract. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Student worker union holds protest for provisions in new contract with UC

This post was updated Aug. 15 at 5:53 p.m. University of California student workers held a rally Tuesday to put pressure on the University to accept their demands for their new contract. Read more...

Photo: Roughly 100 people rallied in and outside Murphy Hall on Tuesday to pressure administrative officials to accept student workers' demands for their new contract. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Roughly 100 people rallied in and outside Murphy Hall on Tuesday to pressure administrative officials to accept student workers' demands for their new contract. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)



Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, UCLA law students can receive the certificate upon completing five courses in environmental law and writing a supervised research paper on relevant topic areas. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA School of Law adds specialization in environmental law

Students at the UCLA School of Law can now earn a specialization in environmental law. Sean Hecht, co-executive director of the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, said that the specialization was a long-term project fueled by both student interest and administrative planning. Read more...

Photo: Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, UCLA law students can receive the certificate upon completing five courses in environmental law and writing a supervised research paper on relevant topic areas. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, UCLA law students can receive the certificate upon completing five courses in environmental law and writing a supervised research paper on relevant topic areas. (Daily Bruin file photo)

About 100 people attended a rally Thursday in support of the University of California librarians during their contract bargaining session. (Courtesy of Holly Craig-Wehrle)

Librarians bargain with UCOP about academic freedom, temporary positions

University of California librarians held a rally Thursday to support their cause during a bargaining session with the UC Office of the President. About 100 people attended the rally, which was held by University Council-AFT, a union that represents UC librarians and non-Senate faculty, in front of Charles E. Read more...

Photo: About 100 people attended a rally Thursday in support of the University of California librarians during their contract bargaining session. (Courtesy of Holly Craig-Wehrle)

About 100 people attended a rally Thursday in support of the University of California librarians during their contract bargaining session. (Courtesy of Holly Craig-Wehrle)

Jane Bitar, former manager of the department of communication, retired this June after having worked at UCLA for 37 years. She received the Chancellor’s Excellence in Service Award last month, which recognizes the achievements of UCLA faculty and staff. (Courtesy of Jane Bitar)

Communication department manager Jane Bitar receives chancellor’s award, retires after 37 years

Nour Dabboussi said that Jane Bitar was a bubble of happiness and someone students could always run to for help. Bitar, former manager of the department of communication, retired this June after working at UCLA for 37 years. Read more...

Photo: Jane Bitar, former manager of the department of communication, retired this June after having worked at UCLA for 37 years. She received the Chancellor’s Excellence in Service Award last month, which recognizes the achievements of UCLA faculty and staff. (Courtesy of Jane Bitar)

Jane Bitar, former manager of the department of communication, retired this June after having worked at UCLA for 37 years. She received the Chancellor’s Excellence in Service Award last month, which recognizes the achievements of UCLA faculty and staff. (Courtesy of Jane Bitar)

UCLA Extension and PUENTE Learning Center co-sponsored an adult education program in Boyle Heights. (Courtesy of Yuritzy Peraza)

UCLA Extension partnership creates educational program for underserved community

Some adults said they want to continue their education because they want to successfully showcase why their skills and experience are useful to potential employers. UCLA Extension, an institution affiliated with UCLA that offers career and educational programs, partnered with PUENTE Learning Center, an organization that offers educational programs to adults and children in Los Angeles’ Boyle Heights neighborhood, to launch Success Academy. Read more...

Photo: UCLA Extension and PUENTE Learning Center co-sponsored an adult education program in Boyle Heights. (Courtesy of Yuritzy Peraza)

UCLA Extension and PUENTE Learning Center co-sponsored an adult education program in Boyle Heights. (Courtesy of Yuritzy Peraza)


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