It’s in times of crisis that the fragility of our systems is laid bare.
And the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the underlying inadequacies of Los Angeles’ homelessness safety net.
This post was updated Jan. 31 at 6:57 p.m.
The development of the COVID-19 vaccine marked a breakthrough in our ability to fight the virus, and instilled new hope that the pandemic could be over relatively soon.
The quarter system has long been a source of controversy.
And the pandemic has only made the system’s shortcomings even more clear.
In 2019, Chancellor Gene Block called it a failed system and advocated for UCLA to switch to semesters.
The University of California regularly professes its mission of equality.
But when it comes to admissions, the University needs the courts to remind them what it means to follow through on these promises.
A new Master of Legal Studies degree will officially be offered at the UCLA School of Law in August 2020.
The MLS program allows non-lawyer professionals the opportunity to obtain an advanced degree that will complement their field of work by taking courses designed specifically for the Legal Studies degree.
States and cities have made significant progress toward using 100% clean energy in recent years, faculty and experts said at a campus event Wednesday.
The first-ever Summit on State and Local Progress Toward 100% Clean Energy, hosted by the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation, featured a panel of state and local officials from across the country, as well as national environmental policy leaders.
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