As a student pursuing a geographic information systems and technology minor, Kathryn Greenler is familiar with maps and data.
Yet Greenler only recently learned how to take a community-centered approach to her studies by creating technology that will amplify the voices of Koreatown.
When UCLA announced Friday that students would be permitted two guests at in-person graduation recognition events, Amanda Gracian immediately contacted her father.
Hearing the news, Gracian’s father cried tears of joy.
Students and alumni express frustrations after being forced to turn to social media posts and personal networks to protect themselves following a nationwide cyberattack.
On March 29, the University of California received notice that the personal information of employees, alumni, retirees and current and prospective students were compromised following a cyberattack on the Accellion file transfer appliance.
COVID-19 hospital protocols prevented Jazmine Gallardo from giving her uncle a final goodbye before his death in September.
The loss of her uncle was especially hard because he unexpectedly passed away the day he was supposed to be released from the hospital, said Gallardo, a first-year sociology student.
A proposed California bill could expand health care coverage to include contraceptives for students and employees enrolled in University of California health plans.
Senate Bill 523 would require state employee and university health plans to include coverage of over-the-counter birth control and contraceptives.
This post was updated April 11 at 10:04 p.m.
Rhea Dhakal has received stares and glares when wearing a mask in her home state Texas.
In early March, Texas lifted its eight-month-old mask mandate and reopened businesses at 100% capacity, making it the largest state to have no mask requirements.
A sense of unease consumed Tiffany Dong when she heard about a shooting in Atlanta on the news during a family dinner.
“I remember this feeling of dread washing over me because these hate crimes have been going on for so long at this point,” said the second-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student.
Lily Sperling and her family evacuated their home in Austin, Texas after two nights without power and heat.
In anticipation of the upcoming snowstorm and the possibility of a power outage, Sperling and her family charged two portable batteries.
From Jackie Robinson to Cindy Montañez, many Bruins have historically been on the frontlines in taking initiative for social justice issues. Some Bruins are following in their footsteps, using their voices to make change.
This post was last updated Nov. 24 at 7:11 p.m.
Jared McBride and Aliza Luft saw their 1-year-old son’s first steps and heard his first words during the COVID-19 pandemic – two firsts they thought they would never witness.
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