For some Bruins, freshman year of college may be full of excitement with new people, new places and an entirely new lifestyle. But for others, a certain feeling can trump others – homesickness.
A student’s college experience often involves many decisions, ranging from which classes to enroll in to what dining hall to spend a swipe on. But one decision many Bruins make is to study abroad, an opportunity to experience a completely new academic environment.
With the continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic into the 2022 school year, students living on the Hill are experiencing a unique year of dorm life. Despite classes switching between in-person to online and changes in housing contracts, the Hill remains intact through it all.
As Holocaust Remembrance Day approaches on Jan. 27, UCLA students and professors reflect on the importance of being educated on the history.
History professor Sarah Abrevaya Stein teaches History 5: “Holocaust: History and Memory,” a general education course on the history of the Holocaust.
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