A graduate student developed a research committee dedicated to analyzing international student-specific issues at UCLA.
Justin Gelzhiser, a graduate student in education, formed the committee to provide information on issues facing international students on campus, such as the recent immigration ban.
UCLA dentistry students are offering dental screenings at no cost to prepare for their dental licensure exam.
Dental students who are training for their dental licensure exam perform the screenings and can diagnose cavities or other minor dental issues in patients.
This post was updated on Jan. 24 at 4:50 p.m.
Alexandra Latshaw and Elizabeth Mills spend much of their time in physics laboratories, meticulously planning experiments and scribbling down equations that look like they belong on a “The Big Bang Theory” whiteboard.
Two propositions regarding the death penalty will appear on Tuesday’s statewide ballot – one which aims to repeal the death penalty and another that seeks to speed up the execution process.
UCLA engineering researchers developed a low-cost mobile imaging system that detects and quantifies air pollution.
The Ozcan Research Group designed C-Air, a particle detector capable of sizing pollutants in a sample of air.
Last week a Bruins for Israel board member published an op-ed centered on vilifying Students for Justice in Palestine. In fact, calling SJP divisive is the main theme in nearly every op-ed opposing our work, from events to protests, to divestment.
Historically, divestment has been used as an instrument to discourage unethical behavior, as in the cases of South African Apartheid, the prison-industrial complex and the fossil fuel industry.
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