Hummus! Hummus! Hummus!
There goes my Slack when I’m on a breaking news copy editing shift. Hummus, though a strange notification choice, is the loudest one on Slack, and it jolts my body into an automatic stress response.
For Diego Rivera, the thought of missing freshman year of college is devastating.
“We’ve already missed out on (high school graduation), this really monumental time,” the incoming out-of-state first-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student said.
This post was updated Feb. 12 at 2:53 p.m.
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UCLA professors used the shape of a circle as a symbol for the double-edged nature of community at a campus event Tuesday.
Kevin Kane, a lecturer in world arts and cultures/dance, showed a photograph of people holding hands in a circle to begin to answer the question, “What is community?” at the eighth lecture of the “10 Questions: Centennial Edition” lecture series.
In Dana Cuff’s vision for the future of Los Angeles, architecture is the solution to the housing crisis.
Cuff, a professor in the department of architecture and urban design, was honored by professional journal Architectural Record on Sept.
This post was updated Feb. 13 at 1:38 p.m.
A student organization aims to provide healing spaces for students to discuss issues within the pan-African LGBTQ community.
Students can engage in social change with a hands-on approach through a new undergraduate major.
The UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs announced its first undergraduate major, public affairs, in April.
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