A return to campus may not be far for screen-fatigued Bruins.
Pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies like Pfizer and Moderna have recently announced promising results from their COVID-19 vaccine trials.
UCLA and the United States might have one major thing in common. Despite what other countries or universities may be doing to ensure the safety of their residents, they have failed to follow suit.
The Varsity Blues college admissions scandal of 2019 is the gift that keeps on giving.
The stories and media hysteria surrounding the affluent parents who paid for their kids’ admission to prestigious universities were all anyone could talk about last year.
There is strength in numbers.
But unfortunately for the University of California system, those numbers are dwindling.
UCLA has seen a decline in freshman applicants since 2018, despite receiving the most applications out of any other university nationwide.
Just because students pay for a meal plan, doesn’t mean they have access to food.
But with a little more management from a top-tier university, students wouldn’t be left to solve that problem.
While most students are groveling for a good grade in class, others are begging for the financial help they need to pay for school.
And when you don’t know when the next payment is coming, it can be difficult to take classes into account.
They take your money, they take your energy – but they don’t take your concerns.
Admits are told UCLA is where they’ll thrive. However, the reality is that it’s much harder for students to reach their full potentials when the administration that is holding students back is also behind on such promises.
New year, same old failure of the Hill to accommodate its students.
As UCLA freshmen have begun to enjoy the first few weeks of living away from their parents, sophomores and juniors returning to the Hill have prepared themselves for another year of ignored and unresolved issues that make them wish they were living with three other people in an overpriced Westwood apartment.
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