This article was updated on May 18 at 8:35 p.m.
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block and University of California President Janet Napolitano released statements on Friday criticizing students’ efforts to discourage undergraduate student government leaders from taking free or sponsored trips with certain lobbying groups.
Several pro-Israel lobbying organizations recently released statements claiming that on-campus student groups are unfairly targeting Israel by criticizing two undergraduate student government officials who went on free trips to Israel while in office.
Devin Murphy never understood why his mother would sell her jewelry at pawn shops when he was a child.
But as he grew, he realized that his single mother was doing all she could to support her family and make sure Murphy and his four brothers learned the importance of being independent.
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“Sallallahu ‘alaihi wasallam,” the Arabic phrase for “peace be upon him,” echoed across Fowler Amphitheater Tuesday night as students gathered and listened to stories about the Prophet Muhammad.
Members of the UCLA Academic Senate unanimously voted Thursday to establish an Afro-American studies department and dismantle the current interdepartmental program, despite financial concerns about the transition.
Student government officials hosted a meeting with an undergraduate representative from Associated Students UCLA in hopes of educating students about the association.
Joel Ontiveros, an undergraduate representative on the ASUCLA Board of Directors and a fifth-year communication studies and world arts and cultures/dance student, introduced students to the basic functions and goals of ASUCLA at the event.
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