This post was updated June 4 at 2:25 a.m.
Editor’s note: This article refers to protesters by their first names because of safety concerns following online harassment on Twitter.
Peaceful protests turned violent in West Hollywood on Saturday following several days of civil unrest across the nation.
The protest attracted thousands and started peacefully in Pan Pacific Park in response to police brutality.
This post was updated May 14 at 4:05 p.m.
Voter turnout for the Undergraduate Students Association Council 2020 election nearly doubled from last year.
Voter turnout jumped from 16.18% to 30.06% in an election in which 30 candidates competed for the 15 positions, compared to 16 total candidates last year.
The Daily Bruin received three national honors from the Society of Professional Journalists in May.
At the national level, the Daily Bruin won awards for General Column Writing and Breaking News Photography in the Large School Division.
This post was updated May 8 at 10:54 p.m.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council 2020 election saw its highest voter turnout since 2016.
The USAC election, which had 30 candidates vying for 15 seats, had a 30.06% voter turnout.
UCLA will give at least $200 to students eligible for the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act from federal funding.
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Monroe Gorden announced the availability of financial relief Thursday in an email to students.
This post was updated May 7 at 5:45 p.m.
The U.S. Department of Education released new Title IX rules Wednesday on how schools and colleges must handle sexual misconduct allegations.
Latino and Asian majority neighborhoods in Los Angeles County are especially economically vulnerable to disruptions caused by COVID-19, a UCLA study found.
The study, which was published April 1 by the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Initiative and the UCLA Center for Neighborhood Knowledge, sought to locate neighborhoods in LA County that are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus because of their large number of at-risk workers.
Moving up California’s primary date from June to March could create unintended consequences for upcoming elections, UCLA professors said.
California will join 13 other states and American Samoa in voting on March 3, when 34% of the 3,979 delegates will be assigned to Democratic presidential candidates.
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