This post was updated Jan. 27 at 3:12 p.m.
Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, interim dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, sat down with the Daily Bruin to discuss her qualifications, the growth of the school and her priorities as interim dean.
This post was updated Dec. 10 at 10:34 p.m.
The UCLA Academic Senate announced temporary guidelines on Thursday for instructors regarding final assessments and course grades in response to the ongoing University of California-wide academic workers’ strike.
UCLA students now have free access to an online mental health app, Togetherall, according to an October UCLA announcement.
Togetherall is an online platform for people over 16 years of age to anonymously share their feelings with other community members who can offer mental health support, according to its website.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council passed a resolution Oct. 18 calling on multiple Los Angeles city council members to resign.
Council president Nury Martinez and councilmembers Kevin de León and Gil Cedillo made racist and homophobic remarks about other council members, LA District Attorney George Gascón and the child of a council member in a leaked recording, according to the LA Times.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council unanimously passed a resolution Oct. 4 in support of the Iranian community at UCLA.
The resolution calls on the university to recognize and support the community in the wake of worldwide protests for women’s rights in Iran.
UCLA’s inaugural Hispanic-Serving Institution Director Elizabeth Gonzalez sat down with the Daily Bruin to discuss her qualifications, the university’s goal, her priorities as the HSI director and recommendations from the Hispanic-Serving Institution Task Force.
A new campus group will advocate for lower housing costs in Westwood through student activism.
Abundant Housing LA at UCLA, a student chapter of Abundant Housing LA, held its first meeting Monday, discussing current housing costs in Los Angeles and Westwood with Abundant Housing LA organizers.
UCLA is calling for community members to review its new policy allowing for requests for commemorative lightings of Royce Hall and Powell Library, according to a campuswide announcement sent Sept.
UCLA will acquire two new sites in Rancho Palos Verdes and San Pedro, Chancellor Gene Block announced in a systemwide email Tuesday.
The new sites, totaling 35.5 acres, will enable the university to expand campus access to students, following the University of California’s goal to increase enrollment by 2030, the announcement said.
Students expressed disappointment and concern that UCLA will not be offering an off-campus meal plan for fall.
The Bruin Meal Plan enables off-campus students, including those in university apartments, to use on-campus dining halls, according to the UCLA Housing website.
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