The Women’s Law Journal typically hosts an annual wine and pasta dinner to recruit new members in the fall.
However, the COVID-19 pandemic has upended WLJ’s annual tradition.
On top of increased rent for her university-owned apartment and the COVID-19 pandemic, Zuleika Bravo’s partner was laid off from his job, her family of three faced food insecurity and she is months behind on basic expenses.
Peter Chelebian, a first-year political science student, could have fulfilled one of his high school dreams this summer – until the pandemic hit.
Since he was a high school junior, Chelebian had hoped to participate in the Terjenian-Thomas Assembly Internship Program, which places college students of Armenian descent in internships in Washington, D.C., About 20 students are accepted each year, and this year, Chelebian was one of them.
After seven years in UCLA administration, Patricia Turner will be stepping down from her role as senior dean of the College of Letters and Science after the 2019-2020 school year.
No walk to class at UCLA is complete without being approached on Bruin Walk by a student bearing club flyers or petitions to sign.
But what is life like from the perspective of one of these club members working on Bruin Walk?
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