The transition from college to the outside world can be difficult for many Bruins, but for some graduating transfer students, having a limited time to adjust makes the experience even more unique.
This post was updated April 24 at 9:07 p.m.
April is annually recognized as World Autism Month, a month dedicated to spreading awareness and increasing societal understanding of autism.
World Cancer Day occurs every Feb. 4, but raising awareness for cancer research happens year-round, especially with several student-run organizations on campus.
According to the CDC, more than 1.6 million people are diagnosed with cancer in the United States annually and it is the second leading cause of death, just behind heart disease.
People on the internet are increasingly embarking on stranger journeys – and the rise of the true-crime genre makes this all the more evident.
According to data collected from Parrot Analytics for the Ringer, a media-tracking company, true crime was both one of the biggest and fastest-growing documentary subgenres between May 2019 and April 2021.
This post was updated Sept. 20 at 3:44 p.m.
Fall quarter recruitment season typically involves hundreds of anxious girls walking up and down Hilgard Avenue in heels, but Panhellenic sorority recruitment is looking a little different because of the pandemic.
The “new normal” of Zoom screens and mask-wearing has changed some students’ perspectives on relationships, mindfulness and priorities.
Katie Kester, a second-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student, said the pandemic allowed her to learn how important it is to foster relationships with others.
Bruins are quite literally bending over backward to prioritize self-care on top of their busy schedules.
Apart from being UCLA students, third-year gender studies student Katelyn Mires and third-year communication student Daniella Masrour are also yoga instructors at CorePower Yoga in Westwood.
This post was updated May 9 at 11:27 p.m.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, but fellow Bruins and Los Angeles community members say awareness and advocacy are important all year round.
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