Supreme Court Associate Justice Elena Kagan spoke about the current perception and diversity of the court in American society during a Thursday visit to UCLA.
Kagan, who previously served as United States Solicitor General and dean of Harvard Law School, spent the day interacting with law students and faculty during breakfast and lunch events before the evening program, which was sponsored by the school of law.
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Treasury Department secretary, Steven Mnuchin, announced Monday a new round of sanctions against Russia to be enacted within 30 days, and said he thinks recent tax cuts passed by Congress will result in increased economic growth in the U.S.
Aza Steel began his entrepreneurial career as a child in Santa Cruz, selling what he called “moon dust” in old film canisters to his neighbors.
Even at UCLA, Steel, who graduated in 2013, said he was more focused on solving problems around him than supporting his GPA.
Luke Mostert balances managing his college coursework with managing a scholarship foundation nine time zones away in South Africa.
Mostert is the founder and president of the Litoro Foundation, which provides educational scholarships to low-income students in South Africa.
A new feature on the UCLA Dining Services website allows students to see how busy dining halls are during meal times.
The new software system, called Haystack, was developed as a research project by computer science graduate student Joshua Joy.
The 28th annual Chinese American Culture Night, named “No Shore To Land,” took place in Royce Hall on Saturday night and portrayed the story of a young Chinese man immigrating to the United States under a fake identity.
The Hui O ‘Imiloa Hawai’i Club at UCLA held its 32nd annual luau in Ackerman Union on Saturday. This year’s luau, “Nohea,” which means “how lovely” in Hawaiian, began with traditional Hawaiian food and was celebrated with traditional and contemporary dance interpretations of hula, Maori, Tahitian and ukulele performances.
Bruin Plate was recognized for its sustainability practices by an organization that rates restaurants based on environmental impact, UCLA officials announced Wednesday.
The restaurant earned a four-star rating from the Green Restaurant Association, the highest award given by the organization, according to a UCLA press release.
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