I was rejected by my high school newspaper at the end of my sophomore year. As insignificant as that feels to me now, it was a large reason that I applied to the Daily Bruin.
This post was updated June 7 at 10:40 p.m.
To provide more support and funding for queer, trans, Black, Indigenous and people of color students, Vanessa Warri knew UCLA needed more data.
Graduating students call their time at UCLA bittersweet: While they are sad to finish the last year of their undergraduate careers behind a screen, they are excited for what the future holds.
Some Asian students grew up in areas where their ethnic communities weren’t well represented, which affected their relationships with their cultural identities. For these students, the Asian communities at UCLA provided them an opportunity to start embracing themselves fully and openly.
More than 100 people gathered outside the LAPD headquarters Wednesday to protest the fatal Minnesota police shooting of Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man.
Vigil observers set down candles and flowers to commemorate Wright.
The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t stopping some students from celebrating Valentine’s Day with their significant other.
Students in relationships are reimagining their Valentine’s Day plans to limit exposure to public spaces and follow social distancing guidelines – an extension of how they have been spending time with their partner under the constraints of the pandemic.
Areli Gonzalez danced with joy when she heard former Vice President Joe Biden became the president-elect of the United States.
The fourth-year psychology student, a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program recipient, said she celebrated with her parents and posted the news on social media.
Two new Southeast Asian American student groups hope to create spaces for their respective communities in spite of UCLA’s virtual setting this fall.
The Association of Indonesian Americans, founded in January, hopes to empower and educate Indonesian American students at UCLA.
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