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Alicia Oeser (pictured), the director of UCLA Campus Assault Resources & Education, was one of several panelists that discussed how sexual violence and Title IX policy affect the lives of UCLA students at a town hall Wednesday. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Panel held by USAC and Bruin Consent Coalition discusses Title IX policy

This post was updated Feb. 28 at 4:17 p.m. Students and panelists discussed the effects of Title IX policy on UCLA students Wednesday night. The Bruin Consent Coalition and Undergraduate Students Association Council Office of the President held the town hall to analyze the intersection of sexual violence, Title IX policy and student life. Read more...

Photo: Alicia Oeser (pictured), the director of UCLA Campus Assault Resources & Education, was one of several panelists that discussed how sexual violence and Title IX policy affect the lives of UCLA students at a town hall Wednesday. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Alicia Oeser (pictured), the director of UCLA Campus Assault Resources & Education, was one of several panelists that discussed how sexual violence and Title IX policy affect the lives of UCLA students at a town hall Wednesday. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)


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Despite new appointments, undergraduate Academic Senate positions remain empty

Student government officials left 20 out of 21 undergraduate student representative positions in the Academic Senate unfilled for half the academic school year. The Academic Senate, which decides on matters like enrollment and degree requirements as well as program establishment, has 42 positions reserved for graduate and undergraduate student representatives on 15 committees. Read more...

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The Undergraduate Students Association Council allocated $170,000 in surplus funding to its offices and $150,000 to programming funds. The remaining $104,885 will be allocated to student groups. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

USAC uses surplus funds for own projects, leaves the rest for student applicants

This article was updated Feb. 1 at 1:29 p.m. Student government officials split surplus funding between their own projects and student groups. The Undergraduate Students Association Council received $424,885 in surplus funding to spend at its discretion. Read more...

Photo: The Undergraduate Students Association Council allocated $170,000 in surplus funding to its offices and $150,000 to programming funds. The remaining $104,885 will be allocated to student groups. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

The Undergraduate Students Association Council allocated $170,000 in surplus funding to its offices and $150,000 to programming funds. The remaining $104,885 will be allocated to student groups. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)


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