UCLA students and professors said they think the United States’ recent deployment of a missile system in South Korea in response to North Korean weapons tests raised tensions between the countries.
International UCLA students are worried they may not be able to find jobs in the U.S. when they graduate, after President Donald Trump announced a review of the H-1B visa program last week.
A state assemblymember introduced a new bill that would make it easier for college students to qualify for food stamps.
Assemblymember Shirley Weber introduced Assembly Bill 214, which would require the California Student Aid Commission to provide written notice to Cal Grant recipients who are qualified to participate in the CalFresh program, federally known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
A UCLA alumnus took his frustration at the lack of available parking spots near campus and developed it into a website.
Ryusei Shimizu, who graduated in 2015, founded Poasis, a website that aims to connect people who have extra parking spaces to drivers who need parking.
Congress is running out of time to pass legislation that would expand the federal government’s largest financial aid program.
The House and the Senate have until Friday to pass a funding proposal to restore year-round Pell Grants to help students cover the cost of summer classes.
Members of Bruin Republicans said they have high hopes for President-elect Donald Trump’s transition into the White House.
Students protested at several rallies throughout the week following Trump’s victory, but Bruin Republican members said they think students should accept the results of the election and move on.
Some students on campus have already chosen to vote by mail instead of waiting to vote in person Tuesday.
Voting by mail, or absentee voting, allows people to receive a ballot at home and send it to the county registrar whenever they want.
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