Common allergens such as tree pollen and mold spores pervade the air from late winter to early fall. Children and young adults are particularly susceptible to allergies in the spring allergy season, said Maria Garcia-Lloret, an expert and pediatric allergist at the Witherbee Foundation Children’s Health Center.
Eric Fonkalsrud would often invite students to his office to share a soda and popcorn while teaching them surgical procedures.
Throughout his life, Fonkalsrud developed connections with students, and performed more than 15,000 operations, according to a UCLA statement.
UCLA students tested their strength, speed and agility as they raced in an obstacle course against a USC team.
UCLA team members Amanda Adams, James Vaughan and Carter Allen were selected to compete against a USC team in the first season of the Esquire Network show “Team Ninja Warriors: College Madness.”
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Teams from collegiate rivalries race in an obstacle course in the show, which is modified from the show “Team Ninja Warrior” for college teams, said Brian Richardson, executive producer of the show.
Cristian De Nova hid his status as an undocumented student from his friends when he was a freshman.
He said he was intimidated by the strength of other UCLA students, who were active in their communities and stood for causes they believed in.
The David Geffen School of Medicine will complete construction of a new building that will house classrooms and office space in early October.
Geffen Hall will open at the corner of Le Conte Avenue and Tiverton Drive in January, said Clarence Braddock, vice dean for education at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
Nako Nakatsuka is training for her 11th triathlon since she was hit by a car two and a half years ago, which left her with a concussion, back bruises and permanent tissue damage on her gluteus.
The LGBT Campus Resource Center added pads and tampons to its selection of free products for students, which includes condoms and dental dams.
The center partnered with the Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center in early August to provide the pads and tampons, said Raja Bhattar, the center’s director, in an email statement.
Catherine Segura, a fifth-grader from Los Angeles, waited eagerly for her tutor every Friday this summer, excited about the new articles she would read.
She likes to read about animals, but sometimes needs help understanding the material, said Katherine Lewis, Catherine’s tutor and a site director for Project Literacy.
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