During my freshman year of high school, my English teacher told us how some students graduate from college in three years. He warned us not to take that route, however, because college provides us with so many experiences that we would not want to miss.
Campus Queries is a series in which Daily Bruin readers and staff present science-related questions for UCLA professors and experts to answer.
Q: Is time a concept that the human mind can comprehend?
The University of California Board of Regents Investments Committee announced Tuesday it has completely divested from fossil fuels.
This divestment affects approximately $125 billion worth of assets, said Jagdeep Bachher, chief investment officer and vice president of investments, during the UC Investments Committee meeting.
Air quality in Los Angeles has improved during the COVID-19 pandemic, UCLA professors and the Environmental Protection Agency confirmed in April.
Stay-at-home orders have reduced road traffic, which is a major source of air pollution, said Yifang Zhu, associate director of the Center for Clean Air at the UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability.
This post was updated March 11 at 9:50 p.m.
Anne Deffebach hoped to spend this spring break – her last at UCLA – with six of her best friends in Thailand.
College students sit too much and exercise too little, researchers found in a new collaborative study between professors from the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures and the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health.
This post was updated Feb. 13 at 9:32 a.m.
Adults with young-onset Parkinson’s disease may be born with malfunctioning brain cells, a new Cedars-Sinai study found with assistance from UCLA researchers.
The University of California and California State University systems are working with local public schools across the state to educate preschool through 12th-grade students about climate change.
UCLA researchers have developed a novel light-detecting device which could be used in space exploration.
A paper detailing this technological development was published July 8 in Nature Astronomy.
An art exhibit in Powell Library showcases the hidden impact genetic disorders often have on the lives of UCLA students.
The exhibit, which opened Feb. 19 and will remain open through March in the Powell Library rotunda, showcases various forms of art submitted by five students who have genetic disorders such as lymphoma and cystic fibrosis.
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