How should students interact with ChatGPT, and how can UCLA be a responsible leader in artificial intelligence innovation? In this two-part mini series about ChatGPT, Podcasts contributors Phoebe Brous, Kaitlyn Esperon and Sonia Wong seek to answer these questions and more.
This post was updated Oct. 31 at 4:14 p.m.
I love Google. I love the sleek, minimalist and colorful aesthetics of its products and the convenience of a centralized, easily accessible cloud.
This post was updated Oct. 1 at 7:37 p.m.
What if Barbie had a nine-to-five, three kids and no babysitter?
Greta Gerwig’s summer blockbuster “Barbie” illustrates our cultural obsession with women’s “choice,” or the feminist promise that women can pursue any career while raising a family.
In this episode of “The Sex Lives of Bruins,” a Daily Bruin podcast about sex and relationships at UCLA, Podcasts contributors Phoebe Brous and Kaitlyn Esperon talk to Elise about her experience being in a sorority and abstaining from casual sex.
This post was updated March 17 at 3:54 p.m.
UCLA Asian American Studies Center librarian Marjorie Lee said she never imagined an archival gold mine of 1930s-1950s newspapers and magazines, exclusively written by and covering Chinese Americans, might be found in someone’s garage.
In this episode of “The Sex Lives of Bruins,” a Daily Bruin podcast about sex and relationships at UCLA, Podcasts contributors Phoebe Brous and Sonia Wong talk to Winnie Xu, co-founder of Preserving Abortion Access: California Task Force, about promoting sex education conversations and contraceptive access at the University of California system.
A recently implemented bill mandated that all University of California and California State University schools provide on-site medication abortion services by Jan. 1, 2023. However, most students are unaware of these services or how to access them, UCLA community members said.
This post was updated Jan. 11 at 12:40 a.m.
Prospective students, especially those with dependents, are beginning to wonder whether reading poetry and doing geometry is worth quitting their job, said Luke Wood, chief diversity officer at San Diego State University.
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