There may be negative consequences if the Supreme Court decides to scale back or terminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, said UCLA faculty.
Experts in labor studies, urban planning and law said ending DACA, the program that defers deportation for undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as minors, will have adverse effects on DACA recipients, immigrant communities and on society as a whole.
University of California graduate and union workers held strikes and panels Friday for International Workers’ Day to demand increased wages to match rising living costs.
Graduate students across the UC held a general strike to demand a cost of living adjustment to their wages.
More college admissions officers are viewing applicants’ social media profiles this year than last year, according to a Kaplan Test Prep survey.
The survey, which was released Jan.
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UCLA law professors said they are uncertain about how the Supreme Court will rule on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, but some said they think its future is bleak.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to weaken rules governing mercury pollution is based on incomplete data, according to experts from UCLA and other universities.
The analytical reasoning portion of the Law School Admission Test will be redesigned following a recent settlement with a legally blind test taker.
Angelo Binno, who is legally blind, filed a lawsuit against the Law School Admission Council in May 2017 after the organization denied his request to skip the Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT, according to a press release from Nyman Turkish PC, the law firm representing Binno.
UCLA students and faculty say they think the University of California’s recent decision to divest from fossil fuels is both financially and environmentally beneficial.
The UC announced its decision to divest from fossil fuels Sept.
UCLA students and faculty remain divided over the University of California’s involvement in the development of a massive telescope in Hawaii, as construction continues to be delayed by protesters for a sixth week.
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