Immigration advocates on campus welcomed a new state bill that protects undocumented individuals from deportation by limiting cooperation between local law enforcement agencies and federal immigration agencies.
International and domestic government officials discussed how to solve the global refugee crisis at a day-long forum at the UCLA Faculty Center on Friday.
Several UCLA centers organized the Global Refugee Crisis Conference, including the Center for the Study of International Migration, the Center for European and Russian Studies, the Center for Near Eastern Studies and the UCLA International Institute.
The state legislature’s policy advising agency assessed the University of California’s 2016 to 2017 spending plan in a report published Thursday.
The Legislative Analyst’s Office evaluated important UC budget components, such as compensation and resident and nonresident enrollment.
Student groups supporting Democratic and progressive agendas were disappointed at the 2016 presidential election results, but said they will continue to work to elect liberal candidates at all levels of government.
UCLA and University of Southern California are competing to register students to vote with a voter registration drive this fall.
The competition, which started Sept. 15, will challenge each school to register the most students to vote, according to a Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk press release.
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