The Los Alamos National Laboratory, based in the desert of northern New Mexico, has reported multiple instances of environmental and safety hazards related to its experimentation with plutonium in its 75-year history.
A UCLA lecturer signed he believes being deaf is something to take pride in and nothing to be ashamed of.
“Oftentimes we meet people who take pity on us,” signed Benjamin Lewis, a lecturer in the department of linguistics.
After spending 10 years researching black male students’ academic successes, an institute on campus is expanding to support the academic well-being of black female students.
UCLA’s Black Male Institute held its 10th annual Think Tank in Carnesale Commons on Thursday.
Undergraduate student government candidates answered questions about their platforms and other issues that impact the campus at an endorsement hearing Wednesday.
Each candidate had 30 seconds to answer questions from student groups members, which will help groups decide who to endorse in this year’s Undergraduate Students Association Council election.
Olga Kagan dedicated the last two decades of her life to a community that is often overlooked in language instruction.
She helped pioneer heritage language learning designed specifically for children of immigrants who speak a language other than English at home but cannot read or write it very well.
Süleyman Ari memorized the voices of each of his students in his discussion sections because that was the only way he could distinguish them.
Ari, who graduated from UCLA with a master’s degree in political science in 2004, was the only blind teaching assistant on campus from 2000 to 2005.
A political commentator said journalists are canaries in a coal mine at a lecture in Schoenberg Hall on Wednesday.
“Press plays an absolutely vital role,” said Fareed Zakaria, a Washington Post columnist and the host of CNN’s Fareed Zakaria GPS.
Isaac Felix woke up before sunrise to get to elementary and middle school, only to wait in four-hour lines at the U.S.-Mexico border because he attended school in the United States while living in Mexico.
Parsa Rezvani’s father struggled in his high school English class when he immigrated from Iran until he befriended some American classmates. In exchange for helping them in their math classes, he received help in passing English.
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