Kuo-Nan Liou made waves in the field of atmospheric science.
Liou, a distinguished professor of atmospheric sciences and Nobel Peace Prize winner, died at his home in Los Angeles on March 20 at the age of 77.
This article contains descriptions of police violence.
A number of high-profile police shootings of people of color have strengthened some Black UCLA students’ beliefs about racial disparities in policing and the need for police abolition.
Salsa Mazlan remembers making the decision to fly back to her home country of Brunei from Westwood at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The third-year anthropology student considered waiting for the Bruneian embassy to take action but chose to go home to be with family.
Lily Sperling and her family evacuated their home in Austin, Texas after two nights without power and heat.
In anticipation of the upcoming snowstorm and the possibility of a power outage, Sperling and her family charged two portable batteries.
For some students who work at grocery stores, being an essential worker has lost its novelty.
“I didn’t even think about me as being an essential worker,” said Wanye’ Yoakum, a third-year African American studies and theater student who works at Target in Santa Monica.
Juan Gómez-Quiñones was a Chicano Renaissance man.
This means the former UCLA history professor instilled Chicano pride in his students, said Gustavo Arellano, a former graduate student and a Los Angeles Times columnist.
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