This post was updated Oct. 28 at 2:24 p.m.
Student leaders said UCLA’s lack of a permanent compliance officer to ensure the university follows nondiscriminatory practices is harmful to disabled students.
This post was updated Sept. 27 at 12:41 a.m.
UCLA announced Aug. 31 that it will no longer require mandatory weekly testing for vaccinated students, despite the rise in positive COVID-19 cases from vaccinated individuals.
Bruins and more than 1,000 student organizations will soon return to campus for the first time since March 2020, but in-person club meetings are not yet a reality for most.
Plans for the reopening of facilities and increased capacity remain uncertain ahead of fall quarter, said a UCLA spokesperson.
Los Angeles County moved to the least restrictive yellow tier in the state’s pandemic response plan May 4.
This post was updated May 31 at 12:28 p.m.
UCLA Student Affairs canceled a check worth $30,000 intended for the Center for Accessible Education’s renovations with no notice, student leaders said.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council approved resolutions to abolish UCPD and to stand in support of Burmese students during the Myanmar military coup. The council also approved constitutional and bylaw changes to include a new commission-related project and correct language about appointments to the Academic Senate.
Graduate students voted to approve a change in legislative language in the 2021 Graduate Students Association elections, the association announced Wednesday.
Eight candidates ran in the GSA elections.
UCLA will establish a curriculum about social justice with a focus on data using a $5 million grant.
The curriculum will offer students a data-driven approach to researching, teaching and learning about social justice, said UCLA spokesperson Katherine Alvarado in an emailed statement.
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