The University of California unanimously supported a bid in January that, if granted, will allow the UC to regain full management control of the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Civil rights activists said at an event Wednesday evening nonviolent advocacy can successfully create social change.
The teach-in event, hosted by the UCLA labor studies department, aimed to demonstrate the importance of nonviolent movements today and featured speakers from the Holy Faith Episcopal Church, United Teachers of Los Angeles and Los Angeles Black Workers Center.
Black student leaders said they think their concerns were ignored at a recent University of California Student Association conference and are calling on the association to better support black students across the UC.
Registered nurses protested Thursday in front of the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center over a contract dispute with the University of California and called for improved working conditions.
The University of California launched a campaign Oct. 25 to provide alumni creating startups with mentoring support.
The UC Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship announced a contest last week that would provide alumni with access to corporate mentors.
Students at a Friday event said they think the University of California has historically suppressed free speech and called on the university to help peacefully protest far-right speakers that visit campus.
Students evacuated an outdoor escape room and learned what to do in the event of an earthquake at an emergency preparedness event Thursday.
Student groups and administrations, such as the undergraduate student government Facilities Commission, UCLA Residential Life and the Communication Emergency Response Team at UCLA, hosted “Escape the Quake: Bruins Safe” at the Court of Sciences.
Incoming first-year undergraduate students are increasingly concerned with the cost of their education, a national survey found.
The Cooperative Institutional Research Program Freshman Survey found 55.9 percent of incoming first-year students are at least somewhat concerned with the cost of their education and 13.3 percent have major concerns about financing their education.
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