Panelists said Los Angeles should adopt climate change-mitigating infrastructure to combat the urban heat island effect at an event Wednesday.
The program “Hot! Hot! Hot!” was the last of a yearlong series that aimed to discuss how Los Angeles can become the first entirely sustainable megacity in the United States.
A new study suggests repealing a transportation tax bill could cost the state approximately $100 billion in revenue over the next two decades.
Martin Wachs, a professor emeritus of urban planning at the Luskin School of Public Affairs, co-authored a study to evaluate the current transportation revenue in California and how passing Proposition 6 could impact transportation funding.
A rising fourth-year student from University of California, Berkeley will serve as the 2018-2019 student advisor to the UC Board of Regents.
Edward Huang, an applied mathematics student, will succeed UCLA alumnus Rafi Sands and become the second person to hold this position.
A magazine that reports on higher education ranked UCLA the second-best public university in the United States.
The Times Higher Education published their World Reputation Rankings for 2018 on Wednesday, which ranked UCLA ninth in the world among 100 universities, an increase from 13th last year.
Two French-Canadian restaurants in Westwood will close Wednesday.
Luc Alarie, founder and head chef of Soleil Westwood, announced in a Facebook post May 8 that he will be closing Soleil and its adjacent poutine bar, P’tit Soleil.
A senior administrator will serve as the UCLA Anderson School of Management’s interim dean, the university announced Tuesday.
Alfred Osborne Jr., the current senior associate dean for external affairs at Anderson, has agreed to serve as interim dean after Judy Olian, the current dean, finishes her term at the end of the academic year.
UCLA will establish a new center for its initiative to promote health and well-being on campus following a donation from philanthropists.
Jane and Terry Semel’s contribution will allow for an expansion in research and programs related to the Healthy Campus Initiative, which was established in 2013.
Unions representing medical employees in the University of California plan to hold a strike in solidarity with the UC’s largest union this week.
The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299, which represents service workers such as custodians and food service workers, is holding a strike from Monday to Wednesday because the union was unable to reach a contract agreement with the UC.
UCLA workers part of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299, the University of California’s largest employee union, participated in a picket line Monday, demanding higher wages and increased benefits.
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