The majority of courses for the fall 2020 quarter will be taught virtually.
Around 15% to 20% of the courses will be conducted in person or as an in-person and online hybrid, according to an email to students from Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Emily Carter.
Campus Queries is a series in which Daily Bruin readers and staff present science-related questions for UCLA professors and experts to answer.
Q: Is time a concept that the human mind can comprehend?
This post was updated May 31 at 2:13 p.m.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti implemented a curfew for all LA citizens at a press conference Saturday following protests across LA.
The Daily Bruin received three national honors from the Society of Professional Journalists in May.
At the national level, the Daily Bruin won awards for General Column Writing and Breaking News Photography in the Large School Division.
Students at the UCLA Anderson School of Management are organizing donation drives for personal protective equipment to help front-line workers treating patients with COVID-19.
Due to the current pandemic, there has been a shortage of PPE, including gloves, masks, face shields and gowns, which leaves some health care workers ill-equipped to safely treat their patients.
Leonard Kleinrock, a computer science professor at UCLA, received the UCLA Medal for his contributions to the development of the internet, according to a university press release Monday.
UCLA researchers have found a new way to detect dark matter structures in the universe.
Researchers found proof of small clusters of dark matter using a new gravity-based method to calculate the rate at which the universe is expanding.
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