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Closely related keys create chaos and harmony, but ultimately are all quite similar.
Alumnus Wendy Graf’s play “Closely Related Keys” debuted Aug.
This post was updated May 31 at 6:21 p.m.
It’s time to start seizing the moment.
This is the first time in over a year that it’s safe, or at least a lot safer, to do what we once took for granted.
Henry Krasner remembers exactly when he learned about one of UCLA’s most important cultural quirks.
It was his new student orientation during one of his first meals on campus.
Even though COVID-19 vaccines are now readily available in some capacity, information about the vaccines is not.
And a lack of access to information can be dangerous, especially when it comes to public health.
Though uncomfortable breakout rooms and icebreaker activities are now core pillars of the college experience, it’s not all bad.
UCLA students have been taking online courses in place of in-person classes since March.
University of California students and faculty are asking the UC Board of Regents to fund a systemwide open textbook grant program.
The California Public Interest Research Group, a student activist organization, began a textbook affordability campaign in 2007 after other student PIRGs started similar campaigns.
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