Is a school really committed to student-body diversity if it does not support diverse languages?
UCLA seems reluctant to answer that question.
Though the university has an 11.8 percent international student body and boasts thousands of classes in foreign languages, it does not have a multilingual writing center where tutors can help students develop their academic writing in a range of languages. Read more...
Photo: The Undergraduate Writing Center offers students help with their writing in English, but expanding to include multilingual resources would better serve UCLA’s diverse student body. Shown here are Lucy Flattery-Vickness, a second-year sociology student (left), and Mengxiao Nie, a third-year biochemistry student (right).
(James Schaap/Daily Bruin)