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Sandra Wenceslao: UCLA should create multiyear financial aid program to lower student stress

Excitement, cheers, tears of joy. Maybe even some coherent sentences. These are typically prospective students’ initial reactions to finding out they’ve been accepted to UCLA. But reality kicks in later, when these students have to figure out how to pay tuition and housing costs, and when they must work up the courage to open their first financial aid package and find out if they’ll be paying out of pocket or taking out loans. Read more...

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The University of California recently opened applications for its Title IX student advisory board. This board needs to focus on its role as a liaison between students and  administrators. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Clea Wurster: Title IX advisory board must educate, provide student platform

Title IX policies, which prohibit sex or gender discrimination in federally funded educational programs, are incredibly important on college campuses. But ask any student on Bruin Walk how these policies are written – or even where UCLA’s Title IX Office is – and chances are you’ll get little more than a blank stare and maybe some shrugs. Read more...

Photo: The University of California recently opened applications for its Title IX student advisory board. This board needs to focus on its role as a liaison between students and administrators. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The University of California recently opened applications for its Title IX student advisory board. This board needs to focus on its role as a liaison between students and  administrators. (Daily Bruin file photo)