Pi Kappa Alpha is back at UCLA, and this time the fraternity is determined to stay for good.
The fraternity, also known as PIKE, closed its UCLA chapter in 2015 because of low membership.
The University of California promised to reduce the number of low-wage, outsourced contract workers it employs in a policy adopted Thursday. The UC’s largest employee union remains unsatisfied.
On the curator’s table in the Charles E. Young Research Library lay a book over four centuries old.
Devin Fitzgerald, curator of rare books and history of printing at the UCLA Library Special Collections, gingerly flipped it open to an almost-shimmering depiction of Jesus and the 12 apostles.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number is now being printed on the back of all new BruinCards.
Eduardo Solis, former Undergraduate Students Association Council general representative 3, made good on a 2018 campaign promise to include the NSPL number on the back of BruinCards.
This post was updated May 15 at 12:46 p.m.
Prospective students said Los Angeles’ diversity, UCLA’s prestige and its reputation for welcoming transfer students convinced them to apply to the university.
A student workers union protested payroll issues which have left some without pay since the start of the academic year.
Roughly 50 student workers from United Auto Workers Local 2865 gathered Friday to protest to show their frustration with UCPath.
This post was updated Nov. 13 at 2:23 p.m.
UCLA students and faculty said President Donald Trump’s proposal to abolish birthright citizenship could inflame anti-immigrant rhetoric and is most likely doomed to fail.
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