UCLA Housing Safety may protect students living on the Hill, but it doesn’t seem concerned about its student workers’ safety.
Former employees of the organization expressed concerns with certain situations they were put in by Housing Safety staff and the way in which they responded to student workers’ concerns.
This post was updated Jan. 24 at 8:45 p.m.
“Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game” was originally released in 2010 – and the game’s creators should have left it in the past.
Members of the Westwood community clearly voiced their concerns.
Unfortunately, their councilman isn’t interested in listening.
The Westwood Village Specific Plan regulates development, determines the types of businesses that can operate in the Village and delegates a specific number of parking spots based on the size of these businesses.
This post was updated Oct. 25 at 6:59 p.m.
Trust is earned, not given.
And when it comes to Bruins and their university’s administration, it’s hard to say these higher-ups have earned anything resembling trust.
“Get Duked!” needs more than just a name change.
Originally titled “Boyz in the Wood,” the 87-minute-long romp from Amazon Studios follows four high schoolers hiking through the Scottish Highlands in pursuit of the Duke of Edinburgh Award – a prestigious youth achievement award founded by the queen of England’s husband.
If there’s one thing UCLA administration does, it’s talk.
But when it comes to following through, it seems content to do nothing.
Back in February, Jerry Kang, then-vice chancellor for equity, diversity and inclusion, cut funding for the Bruin Excellence & Student Transformation Grant Program.
The LAPD works to protect the rights of all persons – at least that’s what its website says.
When it comes to protesters fighting for an end to police brutality, however, the LAPD is all too comfortable dropping this mission entirely.
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