This post was updated Aug. 1 at 5:37 p.m.
The unprecedented nature of this past year has many Bruins counting down to when they can have the in-person experience they’d envisioned for their time in college.
This post was updated May 31 at 6:08 p.m.
The COVID-19 pandemic redefined Bruins’ standards of normalcy.
And as life slowly returns to what it once was, UCLA needs to rethink its academic policies.
About 6,000 miles away from Westwood, Hana Hong sees all her UCLA friends posting their COVID-19 vaccination cards on Instagram.
Although Hong wants the vaccine, the first-year biology student from South Korea said she has not been able to receive the first dose.
Intolerance, violence and exclusion have been long-standing stressors on the Asian American community.
But, in light of recent events, UCLA has chosen to respond with the bare minimum.
It’s no secret that traditional, synchronous testing methods just aren’t cut out for the virtual sphere.
Fall quarter marked the first time new students experienced test taking at UCLA.
Emergency physician Kimon Ioannides won’t hold a party with his colleagues despite receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
Although COVID-19 vaccines arrived at UCLA Health, some health care workers at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, like Ioannides, remain cautious.
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