Jennifer Chang is ready to direct the next generation of theater students.
This fall, the director, writer and actor will join UCLA’s theater department as an associate professor, teaching courses in physical and advanced acting.
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Campus Queries is a series in which Daily Bruin readers and staff present science-related questions for UCLA professors and experts to answer.
Q: What is the 2022 monkeypox outbreak, and have cases changed compared to previous outbreaks of monkeypox?
This post was updated Feb. 9 at 6:50 p.m.
Editor’s note: The Daily Bruin updated the art for this story. The previous version of art contained an illustration of Christian Secor, which The Bruin decided should not be circulated.
A mask lies on a ledge. UCLA will remove indoor masking and symptom monitoring requirements beginning Aug. 15. (Anika Chakrabarti/Photo editor)
UCLA announced in a campus-wide email Friday that indoor masking and symptom monitoring requirements will be removed, effective Aug. 15.
UCLA is updating its protocols to align with changes made to protocols for Los Angeles County and California, according to the email.
Indoor masking is now strongly recommended and outdoor masking continues to be optional, according to the announcement.
Students, staff and faculty at UCLA will also no longer be required to fill out the daily symptom monitoring survey, according to the announcement.
UCLA announced its final plan for the honorary naming, renaming and unnaming process of campus spaces in June.
The Campus Honorary Naming Advisory Committee was officially launched in September 2020 in response to the murder of George Floyd alongside other major systematic injustices, said Mary Osako, chair of the committee and vice chancellor of strategic communications, in an emailed statement.
The Westwood Village Improvement Association ended its Westwood Village Rewards program on July 30.
The WVIA announced in an emailed newsletter in July that they would be discontinuing the program, which offered discounts for purchases at Westwood Village businesses.
This post was updated August 7 at 9:55 p.m.
Through the lens of his iPhone, Jason Wright captures his emotions one take at a time.
Wright said he has produced several short films under his production group, Cha Cha Dreamers Production, which he started with two of his friends.
This post was updated August 7 at 10:10 p.m.
Achieving carbon neutrality by 2068 by funneling money into dubious mitigation schemes is far too little, far too late.
“Fishbowl” gives viewers an intimate look at the scrutinization found within Asian American cultures.
The coming-of-age short film, directed by alumnus Jacqueline Chan, follows two American teenagers, Natalie and Joanne, who have returned home from college for the Chinese New Year holiday.
Between classes, jobs and extracurriculars during the school year, many Bruins can’t catch a break – or at least one long enough to pursue hobbies. However, despite commitments continuing on into the summer, the season’s calmer pace has allowed many Bruins to pick up new hobbies or continue old ones.
When Zach Charbonnet transferred to UCLA in 2021, he was fresh off a 124-yard performance.
Not in a single game, but for an entire season. He carried the ball 19 times in five games for Michigan.