Current and former UCLA students are developing a mobile news platform focused on informing readers about the possible bias in news.
MDL GRND is an organization that aims to keep millennials informed on current events while presenting news from all sides of the political spectrum.
Nearly 40 UCLA students from across the continent of Africa gathered in Rieber Hall last week to promote unity between African student groups on campus.
The UCLA East African Student Association and Nigerian Student Association at UCLA held their first annual East Meets West Week from Tuesday to Friday.
A new bus company will allow students to travel long distances with a stop near campus.
FLiXBUS brought its services to UCLA in June, with a pickup location on Strathmore Plaza and Gayley Avenue.
Nour Dabboussi said that Jane Bitar was a bubble of happiness and someone students could always run to for help.
Bitar, former manager of the department of communication, retired this June after working at UCLA for 37 years.
Christian Green was born in the San Bernardino City Jail. He lived with his grandmother until she passed away when he was 15 years old, and moved into a foster home afterward.
UCLA alumni who participated in a hunger strike in 1993 said at an event Tuesday they faced racial and cultural barriers as indigenous students.
The Eagle and the Condor Liberation Front, a student-led organization that promotes the unity of indigenous peoples, hosted an event to honor the 14-day sit-in and hunger strike in 1993 that led to the creation of the Chicana/o studies department.
A UCLA student discovered that ancient Egyptians used material objects to construct their social identities just as people do today.
Marissa Stevens, a graduate student in the department of Near Eastern languages and cultures, studied how ancient Egyptians used funerary papyri to convey social status and personalities by examining social documents buried with the dead.
UCLA law students are starting a new journal that showcases scholarship on disability law.
The Disability Law Journal at UCLA will be the only disability law journal in the country after it publishes its first issue in spring 2019.
UCLA staff members remember Ricardo Garcia for being a caring leader who was a mentor to his colleagues.
Garcia, a staff member in UCLA Information Technology Services who worked on campus for almost 20 years, died in February.
Students no longer need a referral from a Counseling and Psychological Services counselor to meet with peer counselors.
The UCLA Peer Counseling Program, which began in spring 2017, provides counseling to individuals who do not necessarily need clinical treatment but would still benefit from receiving assistance from their peers.
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