The University of California will require an influenza immunization for all students and staff in the fall, according to a press release Friday.
The new policy adds an influenza vaccination to the UC’s existing list of immunization requirements for the 2020-2021 academic year.
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In 2019, Megan Lynch hurt her hand parking her bike because the bike rack was not accessible, further affecting her pre-existing disability that causes pain in her hands and arms.
Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Emily Carter announced a decrease in in-person courses for fall quarter. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin senior staff)
UCLA decreased the amount of in-person courses for fall quarter because of an increase in COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles, according to an announcement by the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Emily Carter.
UCLA will now offer about 8% of courses in person or as a hybrid in the fall, which includes some lab, studio and clinical classes, according to the announcement.
UCLA researchers have developed a smart glove that converts American Sign Language into spoken English.
The glove uses stretchable sensors and a circuit board to wirelessly send signals to a smartphone app – also developed by the researchers – which translates hand gestures into English.
Kristin Snyder: I’m Kristin Snyder.
Paige Hua: And I’m Paige Hua, and this is Daily Bruin Arts and Entertainment’s newest series “Booking It.”
Kristin Snyder: Here on “Booking It,” Paige and I will be flexing our abilities as English majors to discuss a book of our choosing.
This post was updated July 29 at 10:43 a.m.
Lecturers are speaking out against low wages and job security at UCLA.
About 3,000 lecturers teach at the University of California each term and about 5,000 lecturers teach at the UC in a year, according to the University Council American Federation of Teachers.
No one said change comes easy.
But at UCLA, change comes painstakingly slow – to the unfortunate detriment of its students.
The past few months have borne witness to the protests and reforms of a growing racial justice movement, all amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Aminé: the sophomore slump’s latest victim.
The Portland, Oregon, rapper, whose 2016 debut single, “Caroline,” put his name on the map, unfortunately flounders in his sophomore effort, “Limbo.” While the release is a pleasant listen, it pinballs around and jerkily ventures through thumping trap beats, languid production and jazzy instrumentals.
The COVID-19 pandemic has touched more aspects of our lives than we probably could have ever imagined. It’s perhaps not a surprise, then, that women’s health, fertility and livelihoods have all suffered in the virus’ wake.
UCLA women’s soccer has long been an advocate for social justice – from players kneeling for the national anthem in 2017 to leading the Women’s March Los Angeles in 2019.