Many Bruins are doing their part to curb the spread of COVID-19.
But to those who are not – consider changing your bad habits now.
Los Angeles County broke a record last week, and not a good one: the county recorded 5,031 new cases of COVID-19 in one day, the highest daily number the county has ever reported.
Administrators say they work to support their students.
This, apparently, doesn’t include students experiencing housing insecurity.
For the second time in a year, UCLA administrators rejected a community-led proposal to create safe parking spaces for students experiencing housing insecurity.
This post was updated Nov. 15 at 6:15 p.m.
Californians fumbled a chance to close the diversity gap in the state’s higher education.
For a region known nationally for its progressive policies, voters’ choice to keep the status quo in regards to racial equity is disheartening.
Election season is far from over.
Also far from over is the barrage of assignments, classes and midterms being hurled at students as they attempt to process a vindictive, megalomaniac cry foul.
UCLA was the birthplace of the internet 50 years ago.
Last weekend, it was where students’ weekend study plans went to die.
On Sunday – the start of midterm season for many students – the UCLA Common Collaboration and Learning Environment experienced an hours-long outage that rendered many essential services inaccessible.
This post was updated Oct. 25 at 6:57 p.m.
Since March, UCLA students have received life-altering emails dictating where they will live, study and work for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Buy what you need, not what you want.
It’s a lesson UCLA would benefit from learning.
The university recently paid $259,200 for a campus-wide subscription to Slack, a workplace communication platform.
The phrase “party till you drop” was never meant to be taken literally.
Despite nearly all classes being online, UCLA students have either filled the few open spots in university housing or spilled into Westwood apartments.
But before you vote, register to vote.
California’s Oct. 19 deadline to register to vote by mail is quickly approaching. And during this year’s monumental elections, a student’s vote is more important than ever.
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