Hundreds of students get rejected from the campus’s handful of competitive business clubs each year because each has a limited number of spots.
Megan Pierce, a third-year business economics student, was motivated to found a new club, Bruin Women in Business, due to UCLA’s lack of a formal business degree program and the scarce opportunities to join a noncompetitive business organization, especially for women.
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UCLA students disrupted a class Monday morning taught by a professor accused of sexual assault.
Members of the Bruin Consent Coalition and Bruins Against Sexual Harassment protested a class taught by history professor Gabriel Piterberg.
Angelia Trinidad said the first planner she created had 28 typos, but it still helped thousands overcome obstacles in their lives.
Some used the Passion Planner, which Trinidad created in 2013, to manage attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, cope with losing a loved one or figure out the next step in life.
Doctors, nurses and visitors bustle past one another under directory signs in the white, marbled lobby of the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. But upstairs on the seventh floor, noises settle into a rhythm of beeping heart monitors and murmuring nurses.
Supporters of presidential candidate and Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., encouraged UCLA students to register to vote Monday evening at a “Rock the Campus” event that was part of a larger series of college campus tours.
A UCLA student died in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, during spring break. He was 22.
Andrew Jacks, a fourth-year mathematics and economics student, was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and grew up in Newport Beach, California.
Lloyd Shapley, a winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences and a UCLA professor emeritus, died Saturday. He was 92.
Shapley was awarded the prize in 2012 for his work in game theory, for which he was considered one of the world’s leading experts according to his peers.
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