While UCLA students face endless exams, UCLA is being tested on its ability to protect students from a global pandemic.
Coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19, is a respiratory disease that can spread from human to human and has grown to more than 3,000 cases in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Tuition is only the baseline fee for UCLA students looking to buy a practical college experience.
And for some students, UCLA’s existing investment funds could be part of that experience.
After years of standardized tests to get into UCLA, college students would be justified in thinking they have done their time.
Unfortunately, a stellar GPA itself does not bridge the gap between graduate school and student applicants – but don’t worry, there’s yet another test for that.
This post was updated Nov. 19 at 3:30 p.m.
Every year, the Bruin Bear is covered up before the rivalry football game with USC.
With it, UCLA continues to cover up a potential cross-campus partnership.
This post was updated Oct. 19 at 2:42 p.m.
International students may travel the globe for an education.
But it won’t be customs or connecting flights that stop them up – more likely, it will be a convoluted mess of tax forms.
“No Offense, But” is back for the final podcast of the year. Join outgoing Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, outgoing assistant Opinion editor Ani Gasparyan and columnist Enming Zhang talk about UCLA’s plan to reduce enrollment rates and grow summer classes.
This year’s Undergraduate Students Association Council featured the lowest voter turnout in at least the past decade, an eye-popping number of empty seats on the council table and a remarkable lack of fanfare.
Westwood business owners expressed concerns that movie premieres in the Village may negatively impact their businesses.
At a Westwood Village Improvement Association committee meeting April 18, merchants raised concerns about the effect movie premieres may have on their businesses by closing streets and limiting parking.
This post was updated April 17 at 11:54 a.m.
There are not enough candidates to fill all the undergraduate student government seats next year.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council election board announced the candidates for the spring election of the 2018-2019 council last Tuesday.
A new lab aims to engage students in political research using experimentation and data analysis.
Efrén Pérez, director of UCLA’s Center for American Politics and Public Policy and a political science professor, established the Race, Ethnicity, Politics and Society Experimental Lab in August 2018 to provide funding and guidance for student research projects, according to the center’s website.
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