In January, Charles Lee, a resident of Menlo Park, Calif., was detained upon arrival in China for his practice of Falun Gong, a meditation practice currently outlawed in China. Read more...
November 23, 9:00 pm
November 19, 9:00 pm
“Whose university? Our university.” Student protesters chanted to the beat of a drum Wednesday at the Rock the Regents Meeting rally where activists demanded their voices be heard by the University of California’s governing body. Read more...
November 17, 9:00 pm
Students, community service organizations, and faculty members gathered together Saturday to participate in UCLA’s first Community Service Day ““ a day that drew fewer students than expected. Read more...
November 12, 9:00 pm
A week of events aimed at educating and galvanizing student activism on academic issues culminates today with a concert and carnival scheduled to take place in Bruin Plaza. Read more...
November 11, 9:00 pm
After a three-year hiatus, the undergraduate student government presidential internship program has been reimplemented to provide students with leadership skills. More than 40 interns in the Undergraduate Students Association Council’s Presidential Empowerment Internship program are scheduled to be placed in the various USAC offices this week, where they will gain first-hand experience in working in an undergraduate government setting. Read more...
November 5, 9:00 pm
In an act becoming familiar to the undergraduate student
government during their meetings in weeks past, voting was
postponed on two resolutions placed on the agenda Tuesday
The two resolutions on the Undergraduate Students Association
Council's agenda "“ a resolution in support of organized
labor and a resolution against Taco Bell on the UCLA campus "“
will be pushed to the Nov. Read more...
November 3, 9:00 pm
As the external vice president for the undergraduate student government, Matt Kaczmarek faces challenges the average UCLA student may not encounter. Kaczmarek spends almost every weekend traveling across the country attending conferences, lobbying Congress and advocating for students on issues like fee increases and enrollment caps. Read more...