This Halloween, students might not even need to leave their rooms to get a good scare.
With multiple burglaries in the dorms in October alone, the Hill is quickly becoming a house of terrors.
With the new school year come hopeful freshmen settling into their dorms, getting used to their twin XL comforters and cleaning mysterious carpet stains.
But they will inevitably feel a sense of loneliness creep in.
It’s straight out of the 1990s: Websites are still poorly formatted globs of text and information is scattered across the internet. Universities are slowly moving onto the web, but finding what you need is like looking for a quarter of a needle in a haystack.
Prospective students come to UCLA after constantly being told how open and welcoming the campus is to students with different backgrounds. Building a community, we’re told, is as simple as banding together with like-minded people your age.
The bar is set too high for law students trying to pass the California bar exam. And the reasons are bafflingly pointless.
In order to be a practicing lawyer in California, one must pass the bar exam, a multiday test consisting of multiple choice and essay questions, to be licensed by the state.
This winter, prospective college students will spend their hard-earned break agonizing over the Common Application, digesting turkey while continuously modifying essays and questioning every step of the process that will determine their admissions future.
Programming experience is quickly becoming a requirement for students in the College of Letters and Science to get internships and jobs.
If you haven’t had prior coding experience though, brace yourself for a world of pain.
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