Ignorance may be bliss when it comes to international affairs, but it’s also selfish.
The pandemic has forced us all to reckon with the ways gaining an education has become harder for some of our peers during remote learning.
The United States economy is projected to begin recovering in the spring, though female- and minority-led industries may recover slower, UCLA economists said.
A National Women’s Law Center January analysis of the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ monthly job report showed that in December, women lost 156,000 jobs, comprising 100% of U.S.
If we learned anything from the Class of 2020’s commencement plans, it’s that the day does define the journey.
Unfortunately for the Class of 2021, students have once again been left dreading a graduation day that was supposed to define our entire college experience.
This post was updated on Jan. 10 at 4:50 p.m.
At least 20 UCLA professors, along with hundreds of political scientists, signed an open letter, calling for the removal of President Donald Trump from office.
“As a Bruin, I commit myself to the highest ethical standards.”
During this pandemic, many Bruins, especially health care workers, have upheld their “True Bruin Values.”
UCLA Health administrators have not.
It’s a familiar experience for many.
Sitting isolated in quarantine, you open social media, only to be met with the likes of Kim Kardashian escaping to a private island or TikTok stars flouting responsibility at bars.
This post was updated Nov. 3 at 9:41 p.m.
In-person voting at UCLA spiked on Election Day relative to early voting, but poll workers and voters said wait times were still nonexistent.
California is the first state to pass a bill that would create a bill of rights for students who take out loans, though some say the bill may not have any meaningful effects.
A new state law will require all California State University students to take an ethnic studies course to graduate.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 1460 into law Aug.
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