Student leaders are calling for security cameras to be installed at Kerckhoff Hall after several hate crimes occurred during the school year.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council first proposed adding security cameras to the third and fourth floors of Kerckhoff during its meeting May 8 because the Academic Affairs commissioner’s door was vandalized with a homophobic slur earlier in May.
A new award will recognize students who have helped other students during times of crisis.
The Office of the Dean of Students and the undergraduate student government general representative 2’s office created an award called True Bruins R.A.I.S.E, which honors students who have helped other students facing difficult situations, such as sexual assault, mental health challenges or financial crises.
Recent amendments to the Undergraduate Students Association Council Election Code could level the playing field for candidates running in this year’s undergraduate student government election, student leaders said.
The undergraduate student government’s Election Board chair might face dismissal after proposing amendments to the election code that some council members claim violate the First Amendment.
A UCLA internship program aims to address social justice issues on campus through student-led discussions and art workshops.
The UCLA Intergroup Relations Program’s Diversity Peer Leader internship program recruits students to organize and facilitate events that address campus issues like diversity, toxic masculinity and gun violence.
Students have until Friday to review and provide feedback on recommendations for UCLA policies for the next century.
UCLA launched a website last month containing the 2018 Strategic Plan, which outlines the university’s plans to address campus issues.
The Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies’ new interim director plans to expand on the center’s research on incarceration and other issues African-Americans face in modern society.
A statewide student advocacy group is campaigning to have University of California campuses use 100 percent renewable energy by 2050.
The California Public Interest Research Group released a 10-point plan last week to make campuses more sustainable, said Nico Gist, a UCLA coordinator for CALPIRG.
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