Some students are concerned about how their peers are handling the COVID-19 pandemic and think UCLA could do more to enforce COVID-19 guidelines.
UCLA’s outline of student conduct and policies for COVID-19 gives regulations for large gatherings, and states that students can face academic consequences or exclusion from UCLA housing for violating UCLA’s policies.
This post was updated Nov. 15 at 8:24 p.m.
A significant percentage of California college students are experiencing homelessness, a UCLA report found.
The report, published in October, found that 20% of California Community College students and 5% of University of California students are experiencing homelessness.
A new Greek-inspired restaurant opened its doors in Westwood on Oct 8 by serving a lunch crowd lined up down the block.
Nick the Greek held a free lunch event to kick off its opening in Westwood Village.
Students and community organizers are looking to establish a community fridge in Westwood Village to combat food insecurity in Westwood during the pandemic.
Community fridges are public refrigerators filled with free fresh groceries, meals and produce open to anybody without limits or restrictions on how much one can take.
Limited on-campus housing, difficulty with Westwood’s landlords and high rent payments have upended many UCLA students’ housing plans.
Samuel Alsup, a second-year computer science student, said that during his search for an apartment, non-communicative landlords became a significant obstacle.
The North Westwood Neighborhood Council urged the city and state to ramp up efforts for California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s initiative to shelter vulnerable, unhoused populations in hotels and motels.
The Westwood Village Farmers’ Market, once a vibrant social scene for the Westwood community, has struggled to attract customers since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
A local business district committee is looking to amend a costly and slow storefront signage process.
The Westwood Village Improvement Association planning and mobility committee met with Los Angeles City planning assistant Julia Duncan on March 4 to relay complaints from prospective businesses about storefront signage.
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