During the past few weeks, Mark Zuckerberg, among other tech moguls, has been under intense scrutiny from Congress for the role social media played during the 2016 presidential election.
This past weekend, student delegations from California universities travelled to San Diego for the California Democratic Party Convention. At the convention, which follows a similar model to the Democratic National Convention held during presidential election years, constituents have a chance to interact with and meet party leaders while candidates fight for the coveted party endorsement.
While we might all spend time carefully crafting the perfect music playlists, the wondrous world of podcasts is not to be overlooked. Whether you’re looking to de-stress after midterms or want something new to listen to while studying, there’s a podcast for everyone.
If melting icecaps, massive hurricanes hitting everywhere from Puerto Rico to Ireland and expansive wildfires consuming large swathes of California haven’t convinced you that climate change is real, the heat wave this past week may have done the trick.
This year’s spring election was surprising to say the least. For the first time in several years, Bruins United, the dominant campus slate, failed to gain a plurality on the Undergraduate Students Association Council.
The quarter system: the dreaded 10-week sprint of never ending midterms, papers and finals.
We’ve all heard that chipper UCLA tour guide telling a fresh batch of applicants that although the quarter system is challenging, UCLA students eventually learn to love it.
For the next two weekends, UCLA students will be flocking to Indio, California, for the infamous Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. With a particularly eclectic lineup this year, featuring artists from Radiohead to Porter Robinson, music enthusiasts of every genre will find their home among the range of artists.
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