Speaking at UCLA’s 1950 commencement ceremony, Ralph J.
Bunche told the crowd, “I am a Bruin. I have always been
proud of that distinction.”
Today, the African American Studies Center is being renamed
after Ralph J.
Only weeks ago, Rabih Nabahani stood without direction as she
waited in line to file for unemployment. Today, she is scheduled to
graduate from a culinary trade school with an internship in the
UCLA Medical Center’s cafeteria behind her.
While most student groups avoid using names that form crudely
denoted acronyms, one young club jokes that the acronym
“ASS” fits its light-hearted style.
The Associated Secular Students was formed in fall 2002 with the
goal of facilitating rational discussion of a variety of subjects
concerning theology, according to Co-founder Richard Vulich.
With the school-free season of summer approaching, students are
deciding how to use the sunny days ahead as efficiently and
effectively as possible.Â
But while initial inclination for students might be a temporary
retail job for some quick cash, seeking out and seizing an
internship opportunity can prove more beneficial in the long run,
according to the UCLA Career Center.
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