“God, it’s so overpopulated.”
Walking through Bruin Plate, a girl on FaceTime showed her friend how crowded the dining hall was. Almost all the tables were taken, there were long lines for the herb-roasted chicken and flank steak, and the rotating chain of dishes was overflowing.
This post was updated Oct. 11 at 5:27 p.m.
Walking through UCLA, one can’t help but notice student workers’ impact on campus. Students working in dining halls, residential areas and tutoring centers provide countless essential resources and supply UCLA with a reliable and relatively cheap source of labor.
There is no doubt that social media has revolutionized news consumption and the spread of information online.
However, along with these benefits comes the imminent danger of misinformation and its severe consequences, both for those who consume it and society as a whole.
When I am with my family in public, we are often asked what language we are speaking, or where we are from. The most common guesses are Russian, Polish or Latvian – none of which are correct.
Twice this January, I received calls informing me that I had been exposed to the coronavirus while working at Chipotle Mexican Grill. Unless I received an additional call from upper management, I was told I could return to work for my next scheduled shift – as long as I felt comfortable doing so.
Being a college student means attending classes, hopping between club meetings and sometimes working multiple jobs to make ends meet. For many of us, the ethics of our purchasing habits is the least of our concerns.
Students returning to on-campus housing from winter break had mixed opinions about the efficiency of getting a COVID-19 test.
The university mandated Dec. 21 that all students returning to campus take a COVID-19 test from a campus vending machine or distribution center upon their arrival and a second one three to five days after coming to campus.
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