Between a mountain of emails, innumerable links and long-winded statements from administration, UCLA’s communication about the COVID-19 pandemic has done little beyond confusing and frustrating Bruins.
Ask for a mile, UCLA will give an inch – especially when it comes to paying its graduate students a living wage.
The Ucla4Cola movement has been asking for that mile for months.
This post was updated Feb. 21 at 10:37 a.m.
Diversity and inclusion are words UCLA frequently prints on signs, sends out in emails and even makes new vice chancellor positions to promote them.
UCLA has a few hundred elevators, washing machines and dryers to fix before it can call the Hill fully functional.
Instead, UCLA has decided to drop a few million dollars on making a dining hall more aesthetically pleasing.
Covel Commons Residential Restaurant will close during spring quarter for renovations, causing concern among Muslim students over the closure of the only dining hall with halal options.
Students, faculty and members of the public attempted to answer the question “What is nature?” as part of a hybrid academic course and public event series put on by the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture.
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