The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to increase the city’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by July 2020, but UCLA professors said they don’t think the Westwood community will experience severe problems with the increase.
The Westwood Neighborhood Council meets monthly to discuss issues pertaining to Westwood Village and the surrounding areas.
The council approved plans for a new fraternity house for the empty lot next to 613 Gayley Ave.
The University of California launched a new website Thursday to compile and display statistics about the University.
The website features various interactive graphs and charts, which users can sort by high school GPA, ethnicity, residency and gender, among other factors.
The new nap room in Powell was full during Thursday of week two. Students napped on mats, the lights dimmed and the room silent.
Sleep Week, an event across campus to promote the importance of sleep, took place this week.
Los Angeles County received a C+ on a report card from UCLA yesterday for multiple environmental factors.
The UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability graded the entire county together on multiple factors relating to environmental health, such as water, air, ecosystems, waste, energy and quality of life.
Peter Katona spends his spare time giving talks on biological weapons and terrorism across the country. Otherwise, he can be found doing clinical rounds in the halls of the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
UCLA researchers may have identified a specific protein linked to the cause of Huntington’s disease, a genetic disorder that causes the breakdown of nerve cells and impairs a person’s movement and cognitive abilities.
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