The beginning of fall quarter typically rings in a season of welcome events after what can be a grueling period of club recruitment. But, with this year’s social distancing restrictions and remote learning, UCLA club leaders have been searching for other ways to keep new and existing members engaged.
This past spring quarter demanded massive and sudden adjustments to the learning environment, but somehow we got through it.
Now, with one full quarter and some summer classes under our belts, professors are hoping to introduce a refined online classroom experience for fall quarter to accommodate new and old student struggles.
To say that the spring quarter of 2020 looked different from the ones before it would be an understatement at best. Now, in light of the recent cancellation of standard housing plans and the announcement that most fall quarter classes will be online-only, it looks like many Bruins will be mourning yet another quarter away from UCLA.
Today’s reports are plastered with breaking news, but there are many persistent problems looming in the shadows of every headline.
Human trafficking is an ongoing crisis that is not limited to the developing areas, brothel settings, which the media may often depict.
“Want to go get some boba later?”
It’s a common question to ask, and the answer almost always seems to be “yes” – at least within the hip LA culture.
This Week in the News serves as The Quad’s space for reflection on current events at and around UCLA. Every week, Daily Bruin staffers will analyze some of the most significant stories to keep readers up to speed.
It’s that time of year which simultaneously harbors the most socially active and socially awkward moments for UCLA students: zero week.
Whether you’re an incoming freshman, returning student or a new transfer, the start of the school year marks a season of meeting new people or catching up with those you haven’t seen since the end of spring quarter’s brutal finals week.
For many students, summertime marks a season of ditching the books and putting the library on hold.
It’s a time when Bruins can focus on other activities, such as lounging in the sun, picking up a new hobby or hanging out with friends.
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