Thursday, April 9

Graduating students often schedule photoshoots to celebrate their academic achievements. But with current stay-at-home orders in place, many are turning to digital portraits as an alternative. (Ashley Kenney/Daily Bruin)

Illustrations provide medium for graduating students to commemorate college


Graduating students are tucking away their sashes and white photoshoot attire to go digital as they celebrate their academic achievements. With the transition to online instruction in response to COVID-19, many graduation photoshoots have been canceled, leading alumna Murry Soriano to take commissions for illustrations of the soon-to-be graduates on the UCLA Free & For Sale page on Facebook.

UCLA student co-founds online secondhand clothing store with brother


Minh Mai said she wants to make secondhand fashion everyone’s first choice. The fourth-year economics student co-founded NextBest, an online marketplace for secondhand clothing, with her brother, Hoa Mai.

USAC approves candidates and referenda for online spring 2020 election ballot


The Undergraduate Students Association Council approved the 2020 election ballot Tuesday, with 32 candidates running for office and two referenda. The most contested positions this spring are general representative seats, which have nine candidates total vying for three seats.

Student leaders call for increased collaboration in UCLA coronavirus response


Student leaders are calling for more student involvement in UCLA’s response to the novel coronavirus. Disruptions stemming from the outbreak have forced some students to face racial harassment in online classes, financial hardship and other challenges.

LA County expands COVID-19 testing to any resident showing symptoms

UCLA guard Chris Smith declares for 2020 NBA Draft after career season

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