Many Westwood businesses are looking forward to new opportunities amid rising vaccination rates and easing of the public health guidelines instituted because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Undergraduate student government members are advocating for greater accessibility to mental health services as UCLA prepares to return to in-person instruction in the fall.
UCLA announced in mid-May that it plans to offer approximately 80% of courses in person and open triple-occupancy housing in the fall.
For many Muslims, celebrating Ramadan felt far from normal this year. From the religious holiday’s importance to their experiences fasting, explore how Muslim Bruins are observing Ramadan – and how the pandemic has affected their typical celebrations.
Two UCLA student unions are calling on the university to accept a federal relief program that would pay back debt incurred by university housing tenants.
United Auto Workers 2865, a student workers union at UCLA, and the UCLA Tenants Union started a petition April 10 asking the university to accept federal assistance offered in California Senate Bill 91, which passed in late January.
Laura Gong, the undergraduate representative for the Research Continuity working group within the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force, said undergraduate student researchers can now return to campus with certain COVID-19 regulations in place.
The undergraduate student government followed university policy when it rejected a student group’s request for funding to travel to a conservative conference during the COVID-19 pandemic, a panel of student judges said in an opinion released Wednesday.
This post was updated March 10 at 5:33 p.m. to reflect a clarification of Emily Luong’s statement.
A student panel will decide if student government officials violated financial guidelines by denying in-person travel expenses to Bruin Republicans.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council created two council member stipends reserved for undocumented students within USAC. The council also approved a resolution in support of the Protecting Equal Access to Care Everywhere Act, which advocates for equitable patient access to health care facilities.
Neglecting action against climate change can be emotionally and physically tolling for many. UCLA students and professors pursuing climate research offer a glimmer of hope amid the dire effects of climate change.
This post was last updated Jan. 31 at 8:42 pm.
UCLA received a record number of applications for fall 2021 admission, including an increase in applications from historically underrepresented communities.
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