Throughout the school year, Will Conley spends many nights at UCLA, coaching students in his review sessions and greeting them not only with firm handshakes and polite hellos, but also hugs, requests for selfies and laughs.
Student groups and University of California campus officials are working together to register students to vote for the California primary election before the Monday deadline.
Yara Hejazi, registration director of Vote for our Future, or V4F, and third-year political science student said he thinks student groups aim to address low voter turnout for young people.
Student veterans of the U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy spoke alongside veterans of the Israel Defense Forces on Tuesday in a panel that discussed their transitions between military and civilian life and the stigmas they experienced in their respective countries.
Students honored victims of the Easter Sunday terrorist attack that killed 72 people in Lahore, Pakistan, during a vigil in Meyerhoff Park Wednesday night.
About 35 students who attended the vigil, organized by the Pakistani Student Association at UCLA and the South Indian Project, held candles and listened to student speakers react to the attack and discuss their hopes for a more unified Pakistan.
University of California students and faculty members expressed mixed opinions about changes to the Statement of Principles Against Intolerance the UC Board of Regents approved on March 23.
A University of California committee agreed to facilitate a study on the University’s investments in banks that fund private prisons and discussed other student concerns in a meeting Friday.
UCLA students will help prevent HIV transmission, teach mathematics at schools and otherwise assist communities abroad by volunteering with the Peace Corps this summer.
This year, 35 UCLA students were invited to become Peace Corps volunteers.
Associated Students UCLA is a multimillion-dollar organization that provides student services and activities that the university does not fund. It oversees the Undergraduate Students Association Council, Graduate Students Association, Communications Board, campus services and enterprises.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation Feb. 10 that would restrict the National Science Foundation to award grants only to research projects that aim to improve the American economy, strengthen national defense or otherwise further national interest.
The University of California Assembly of the Academic Senate unanimously passed a resolution during Wednesday’s meeting condemning a proposal that would reduce retirement benefits.
If enacted, the proposal will allow UC employees hired after after July 1, 2016 to choose between a hybrid defined benefit plan and a defined contribution plan.
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