As the school year slowly comes to a close, we are saying goodbye to another class of Daily Bruin staffers. Keep watching to see some of our graduating staffers reflect on their time spent at UCLA through photo collages and art pieces.
When days in isolation turned into months at the beginning of lockdown, Shannon Vo felt trapped in her own home.
“I was starting to go crazy,” said Vo, a second-year psychology student.
Bruins will likely be back on campus this fall – but many may be wondering what this return will look like. UCLA students and COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force members discuss the university’s reopening plans, recent suggestions from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the possible risks and benefits of returning to campus.
UCLA students and faculty continue to discuss how to move forward in their divest/invest movement, making calls to defund UCPD and directing resources to other areas of campus in part two of a Daily Bruin Enterprise investigation.
Audrey Pham, Blogging contributor, and Cecile Wu, assistant Blogging editor, discuss the process of writing their The Quad article about the past, present and future of “yellow fever.” Support Daily Bruin staffers and their projects by donating to the Daily Bruin Alumni Network Scholarship Campaign: https://bit.ly/3f46R6N.
What is life like as an undocumented student during COVID-19? The virus has affected every community, and the undocumented student population at UCLA faces unique obstacles in the wake of the pandemic.
With the Trump administration ending the DACA program, Professor Abel Valenzuela and current undocumented students at UCLA discuss DACA and the implications of the current Supreme Court case on UCLA’s undocumented student body.
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