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This article was updated Dec. 1 at 1:25 p.m.
Student government officials split surplus funding between their own projects and student groups.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council received $424,885 in surplus funding to spend at its discretion.
Voters in Los Angeles will vote on 11 statewide propositions, three city constitutional amendments and one countywide measure Tuesday. Here’s some information on all of them:
Proposition 1, officially called the Housing Programs and Veterans’ Loan Bond, would authorize the state to sell $4 billion in bonds to fund affordable housing programs.
This post was updated Oct. 31 at 2:33 p.m.
A former undergraduate student government presidential candidate was appointed election board chair Tuesday night.
Richard White, a fourth-year political science student and the Leaders Influencing Tomorrow presidential candidate in the 2018 Undergraduate Student Association Council elections, was confirmed by the council in a 10-2-1 vote after three hours of debate.
The undergraduate student government promised to overhaul its election code, but has yet to take the first step to do so.
Claire Fieldman, the Undergraduate Students Association Council president, announced Aug.
Food security programs at UCLA taught students how to cook and expanded student efforts to fight food insecurity on campus following a funding allocation from the University of California.
The undergraduate student government may introduce a position to represent international students, following a vote at its Tuesday meeting.
The position, which the Undergraduate Students Association Council voted Tuesday to put on the spring election ballot, is modeled after the transfer student representative and would serve as a liaison between USAC and the Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars.
A new state law plans to streamline the development of affordable housing in California and could potentially lead to more housing development in Westwood.
Senate Bill 35 requires cities, such as Los Angeles, that have not met state-set affordable housing targets to approve projects where 10 percent or more of the units are set aside for affordable housing.
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