It’s election season again.
And for Bruins who are learning to become educated voters, the numbers 16, 22 and 23 should mean more than just the dates of their upcoming exams.
College certainly isn’t what it used to be.
And not just because while students struggle to stay awake for their online classes, their universities are struggling to stay afloat.
Saying one thing and doing another is a problem for most.
But that’s just another day at the office for UCLA – especially when it comes to listening to students.
As the world struggles with the devastating effects of a pandemic, people are looking to their leaders for support and guidance.
For UCLA students, that support and guidance don’t just come from university administration or state legislators – it should include their student government as well, the Undergraduate Students Association Council.
For Bruins with such little time to focus on their heavy schedules, the “ignorance is bliss” mantra seems to work.
Until they receive a barrage of worrying emails that don’t seem to concern their midterm grades.
For most students at UCLA, daily worries about the environmental crisis are nothing new.
But for UCLA administrators, another day simply means more half-baked solutions to environmental problems.
Most Bruins are blissfully unaware of their student government outside of the fees they pay to sustain it.
However, a recent decision made by the Undergraduate Student Association Council calls the use of those fees into question.
This post was updated Nov. 27 at 12:40 p.m.
Our planet needs saving in more ways than one would like to count.
And for UCLA students, climate change is an increasingly frightening reality.
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