This post was updated June 22 at 3:14 p.m.
Seemingly overnight, the once-obscure legal doctrine of qualified immunity became the center of attention of many news outlets and social media feeds.
Some Bruins have made efforts to give back to their communities despite social restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic. This series of articles, each made of several short stories, aims to remind us “Good Things are Bruin” and provide some hopeful news during a difficult time.
A local business improvement organization is distributing over 1,200 meals to hospital workers with the help of Westwood establishments.
The Westwood Village Improvement Association purchased discounted meals from local restaurants using donations in order to provide them with a business opportunity and chance to support hospital workers at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
As news of the coronavirus pandemic spread and UCLA suspended in-person classes, many domestic students traveled home immediately. However, international students often have more factors to consider, like navigating travel restrictions, employment complications and attending class from different time zones.
This post was updated March 11 at 9:50 p.m.
Anne Deffebach hoped to spend this spring break – her last at UCLA – with six of her best friends in Thailand.
This post was updated March 5 at 2:56 p.m.
UCLA filed a request to a judge to reject a former soccer coach’s subpoena request Friday.
Former UCLA men’s soccer coach Jorge Salcedo filed a subpoena request Jan.
A Westwood juice bar remains closed after locking its doors at least two months ago.
Qwench Juice Bar, located at the intersection of Gayley Avenue and Weyburn Avenue, opened its doors in June but quietly went dark by the new year.
A woman pleaded guilty in a federal court Friday for paying to get her son admitted to UCLA as an athletic recruit.
Xiaoning Sui, a 49-year-old Chinese national and Canadian resident, pleaded guilty to planning to pay $400,000 to William Singer, the organizer of the 2019 college admissions scandal, to have her son admitted to UCLA as a soccer recruit, even though he did not have any competitive experience.
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