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Tracking COVID-19 at UCLA

California

Jan. 25, 2021 2:19 p.m.
Gov. Newsom lifts stay-at-home order, LA County still in high-risk tier

This article was updated to reflect new information from Los Angeles County officials.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom lifted the state’s regional stay-at-home order Monday, which will allow Los Angeles County to resume outdoor dining by Friday.

By Hyeyoon (Alyssa) Choi

A Closer Look

Jan. 26, 2021 4:52 p.m.
Aware at UCLA tackles social issues with balanced discussions, community service

A new UCLA student group is hoping to challenge students’ preconceived notions.
Aware at UCLA, founded by three students in fall quarter, encourages advocacy through open discussion of social issues and community engagement.

By Gabriella Ruggeiro and Emily Weintraub

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Campus

Jan. 26, 2021 6:11 p.m.
UCLA discusses student COVID-19 vaccine availability at virtual town hall

UCLA is planning to give students COVID-19 vaccinations for free, administrators said at a town hall Monday. Students who graduate in June can receive the vaccine for free until the start of the fall 2021 quarter. (Noah Danesh/Daily Bruin contributor)

UCLA is planning to give students COVID-19 vaccinations at no cost, though the university does not have a timeline for when students may receive a vaccination, administrators said at a virtual town hall Monday.

By Noah Danesh

National

Jan. 26, 2021 4:38 p.m.
UC Student Association campaigns to double the Pell Grant maximum

The association that represents University of California students is calling on President Joe Biden’s administration to double the Pell Grant to make college more affordable.
The UC Student Association has met with federal representatives, nonprofit leaders and mobilized UC students to advocate for its Double the Pell campaign since the association initiated the campaign in August, said Joshua Lewis, the UCSA government relations chair and a student at UC Berkeley.

By Clara Schwartz

MULTIMEDIA

Graphic: Presidential Pets

Gallery: UCLA women’s volleyball defeats California in season opener

Editorial Cartoon: Out of sight, out of mind

Gallery: UCLA gymnastics defeats Arizona State in 1st meet of the year

Graphic: Among Us Strategies

Gallery: No. 24 UCLA men’s basketball squeezes out close win against California

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