This post was updated May 16 at 9:40 p.m.
Hundreds gathered near the Wilshire Federal Building on Saturday in protest of Israeli attacks and forced evictions in Palestinian territories.
Protesters carried signs reading “Free Palestine” and shouted chants such as “Long live the intifada” as they marched down Westwood Boulevard toward the 405 Freeway and to Granville Avenue.
Some UCLA faculty said that the closure of a Los Angeles County jail may be a step toward reducing mass incarceration practices.
Men’s Central Jail in downtown LA, which has a population of about 4,500 inmates, is scheduled to close by March 2023 at the latest.
With UCLA planning for a return to in-person instruction beginning in the fall, there are questions surrounding the validity of foreign vaccines that international students may receive prior to returning to campus.
Some city departments and council members said they do not agree with a new motion that gives city employees the ability to fine individuals who refuse to wear masks in public.
This post was updated Jan. 18 at 6:24 p.m.
A new COVID-19 strain could already be present in Los Angeles County, and its higher transmissibility rate could be contributing to an early-year surge of COVID-19 cases, UCLA professors said.
UCLA faculty said outreach efforts and financial aid can help the University of California increase diversity among the UC’s student body in light of the failure of Proposition 16 in the 2020 election.
UCLA Transportation organized its annual campaign to promote Sustainable Transportation Month on a virtual platform for the first time because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Get Movin’, Bruins!
A team of UCLA and USC researchers found that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on marginalized communities in Los Angeles.
The city of Los Angeles needs to make changes in specific areas including housing, mental and physical health and immigration to address the disproportionate impact that COVID-19 has on marginalized communities, according to a report published by a team of researchers from UCLA, USC and the Committee for Greater LA on Sept.
Los Angeles County guidelines and restrictions forced UCLA to implement strict plans for the fall to prevent a COVID-19 outbreak among students.
LA County surpassed 250,000 confirmed cases and 6,000 deaths due to COVID-19 early September, according to the LA County Department of Public Health.
Westwood Village has become a ghost town, said Ashley Carpenter, a first-year physics student who stayed on campus for spring quarter.
“Usually, there are thousands of people walking around or exercising, but now there are only some,” she said.
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