With a trade war on the horizon and thousands of immigrant children still separated from their families, it’s easy to miss the climax of what is being called one of the most influential labor cases of the last half-century.
In today’s cutthroat academic environment where university students are forced to contemplate which friends they would sacrifice to the volcano, it’s no wonder students often turn to online repositories to ensure good grades on their assignments.
My first ride on a Bird scooter was magical. The wind whipped through my hair as the sweaty masses of students vanished from my peripheral. I had 10 minutes to get to the public affairs building, and I was barely past De Neve Plaza.
Takeout is great. The only problem is what you do once it’s taken out.
Takeout options offered by UCLA Dining Services allow students to eat on the go when other options are unavailable.
No Offense is back in your feed for another week! This week, Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti and Opinion columnists Omar Said and Sam Smoot talk about the progress of UCLA’s Zero Waste by 2020 campaign.
When it comes to trash reduction at UCLA, things can get a little messy.
The University of California launched its Zero Waste by 2020 program in 2007 with the goal of diverting solid waste from landfills.
Amy Pojar, an administrative staffer from the Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars, gave a special presentation about the center’s crosscultural training program, which helps facilitate communication between international and domestic students.
UCLA’s William Andrews Clark Memorial Library reopened its doors to the public Sunday, after nearly two years of restoration and expansion.
The library temporarily closed in 2015 to retrofit the building to follow modern seismic codes and constructed ramps, pathways and elevator to adhere to the Americans with Disabilities Act, said Eric Heggen, the project manager who led the renovations.
Friends remember Brittany Oliva for her selfless attitude and desire to become a math teacher.
Oliva, who graduated from UCLA in 2015, died Dec. 11 in a motorcycle accident in Anaheim.
searching for more articles...
Ariel Court-535 Gayley Ave. Private studio and 1 bdrm apartments available for Summer and/or Fall. Walk across the street to campus! Parking, pool & fitness ctr. at property. Specials up to 2 Months Free! Studios from $2,099 & 1×1 from $2,400. Mention this ad for $0 Application fee (310) 208-3818 www.decron.com