This post was updated May 31 at 9:09 p.m.
California officials are deploying the national guard to Los Angeles overnight to support local law enforcement, said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Saturday, as protests against police brutality continue across the nation.
This post was updated May 8 at 10:54 p.m.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council 2020 election saw its highest voter turnout since 2016.
The USAC election, which had 30 candidates vying for 15 seats, had a 30.06% voter turnout.
An electrician who worked for UCLA Facilities Management died from COVID-19 on Friday, a UCLA Health spokesperson confirmed.
Emmanuel Gomez, a journeyman electrician working at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, died Friday at another hospital, according to a Teamsters Local 2010 webpage dedicated to Gomez.
Students filed class-action lawsuits against the University of California and California State University systems Monday, demanding refunds of student fees in light of campus closures.
The students are suing for a reduction of on-campus services because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but will not sue for the cost of tuition or housing.
Graduate students elected new leaders for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Four candidates ran unopposed for the four positions in the Graduate Students Association elections, which ended April 13.
This post was updated April 9 at 5:08 p.m.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council approved the 2020 election ballot Tuesday, with 32 candidates running for office and two referenda.
The University of California will not lay off career employees in response to the COVID-19 outbreak through June 30, university officials announced Thursday.
Career employees are those who work at least half the time a full-time employee would and are typically employed for at least a year.
UCLA’s fifth confirmed case of COVID-19 is a staff member who has not worked on campus since March 13, UCLA announced Thursday.
The newest case comes 10 days after UCLA reported its first case of the new coronavirus in the UCLA community.
The UCLA Academic Senate will allow undergraduate students to take more than one class on a Pass/No Pass basis for spring quarter in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
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