This post was updated Oct. 18 at 7:33 p.m.
In times of crisis, it’s the university’s job to support its students.
But as it stands, UCLA’s silence on a pressing situation remains deafening.
Stay at home, stock up on goods and perform basic hygiene regularly – this is the common refrain during the COVID-19 pandemic.
But when there’s no home to go to, no reliable access to food and no stockpile of sanitizer, those rules quickly become difficult to follow.
Despite UCLA’s mascot being a bear, its new diversity module sorely lacks any bite.
For marginalized students, diversity is more than just a promotional keyword – it is a necessary initiative toward feeling protected and included on campus.
Pain is temporary, but GPA lasts forever.
Unless you’re a performing arts student getting injured consistently, that is.
UCLA is home to a world-renowned performing arts department, and its students pursue college as a way to practice their passions.
Students and representatives from several student government bodies requested that UCLA Counseling and Psychological Services implement cultural sensitivity trainings at a town hall Thursday.
The town hall was hosted by the Undergraduate Students Association Council’s general representative 1 and Student Wellness Commission offices.
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