There is a COVID-19 outbreak in an on-campus residential building, a UCLA spokesperson said in an emailed statement Monday.
The Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center reported to UCLA that three students tested positive for COVID-19 in the De Neve Birch residence hall, said UCLA spokesperson Ricardo Vazquez in an emailed statement.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed late Saturday night that the cases constitute an outbreak, Vazquez said.
LACDPH guidelines define an outbreak in a university residence as three or more COVID-19 cases that occur in the same place within 14 days.
A student died early Saturday morning after falling from an apartment building near the UCLA campus.
A male student fell from an apartment building at the 400 block of Midvale Avenue at around 4:35 a.m., according to LAPD spokesperson Rosario Cervantes.
Moises Hernandez woke up in May with a sore throat.
Then, Hernandez’s father tested positive for COVID-19.
As soon as Hernandez and his family found out that his father had COVID-19, they wore masks around their house, cleaned their spaces and limited their interactions with each other.
Since President Donald Trump ran for office on a number of immigration policy promises, federal policies have changed substantially. With the November elections approaching, Daily Bruin Enterprise reviewed the Trump administration’s immigration policies.
Winter quarter will remain mostly remote, a UCLA administrator announced Monday. This marks no change from fall quarter, where most courses were also taught remotely. (Noah Danesh/Daily Bruin)
Winter quarter classes at UCLA will remain mostly online, marking no changes from fall quarter, a UCLA administrator announced in an email sent to students Monday.
UCLA Athletics pushed this sentiment within the department for the past three months and will continue to spread it up until, and through, Election Day.
The University of California may hope for the best from its students, but it should have prepared for the worst – or at least been realistic.
Food has become more than just fuel – alongside nourishing our bodies, it taps into our emotions and can infiltrate our minds. In a country known for its freedom, columnist Zinnia Finn will explore the extent to which American culture is tethered to food and the depths to which we each experience this relationship in everyday life.
Cooking in college can be daunting. The Bruin Gastronomer aims to give students the knowledge and tools to cook affordable, simple and delicious meals that will fill brains and bellies alike.
In a season with no spring camp and an abbreviated preseason, freshmen theoretically are at a stark disadvantage.
UCLA football’s class of 2020, however, may have an impact on the field this season, especially if the team suffers injuries or positive COVID-19 tests.