This post was updated May 27 at 4:15 p.m.
UCLA announced that students may take more than one class pass/no pass for the spring quarter in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Khristopher Go faced food insecurity while studying psychology at UCLA. Go met undergraduate history advisor Paul Padilla as a work-study student in the history department.
Padilla noticed Go’s struggle and made sure to always refill a candy jar with snacks and treats so Go would not be completely hungry at the end of the day, Go, now the coordinator of UCLA’s history department, said.
An additional student clinic has been open for a year now, but remains in its pilot program because of low student use.
The clinic, UCLA Health for Bruins, opened September 2018 at 100 Medical Plaza, Suite 490.
Mark Cuban, Jameela Jamil and Ashton Kutcher were among the many noted speakers that celebrated the 50th anniversary of the internet with UCLA on Tuesday.
Tuesday marked the 50th anniversary of when graduate student Charley Kine, working under UCLA distinguished computer science professor Leonard Kleinrock sent a data transmission over a computer network, laying the groundwork for what later became known as the internet.
A new student organization combines neuroscience and technology to assist those affected by neurodegenerative disorders.
CruX, which delves into the developing field of neurotechnology, creates hardware prototypes that translate brain signals into actions.
Ryan Hilliard grew up reading “Dear America,” a series of novels written from the perspectives of young girls in different moments of history. However, throughout her academic career, she found a lack of historical literature written about or by women.
Campus organizations hosted a club fair on Bruin Plaza to raise awareness of homelessness and kick off the fifth annual Homelessness Awareness Week on Monday.
The Mobile Clinic Project, Swipe Out Hunger, Hunger Project, Bruin Shelter and CalFresh Initiative hosted the Homelessness Awareness Fair to promote dialogue about the overarching issue of homelessness in the greater Los Angeles area and inform students about the different organizations’ goals.
The Stewart and Lynda Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital at UCLA received the highest honor for nursing in the country, according to a university press release.
The Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital was designated as a Magnet organization by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
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