When Jason Vu, a third-year global studies and Asian American studies student, went to Thai Town on a class trip last quarter, a lady saw him and immediately covered her face with a scarf and walked away to avoid him.
Last week, students from the UCLA School of Nursing had their first online simulation classes. Students spent 12 hours on computers performing a series of tasks on simulated patients under direction of the faculty, replacing in-person learning.
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Julia Koerner said she sees the human body as a smaller version of a building – fashion sheaths the body much like a facade covers a work of architecture.
Curators usually chide visitors for touching an artistic installation. But in “An Unreal Unity,” interaction is key.
The ongoing exhibition featuring work from graduating design media arts students will be displayed in the New Wight Gallery in Broad Art Center through Thursday.
Company’s sketches have typically had one goal – entertaining the Spring Sing audience.
But this year, members of the comedy sketch group plan to incorporate social awareness into their work.
It seemed absurd to see Rise Against perform a “symphony.”
Yet Sunday night, the band incorporated different stringed instruments into its traditionally punk repertoire at its “The Ghost Note Symphonies” concert in The Theatre at Ace Hotel.
It seems UCLA has followed Amazon’s trigger-happy, money draining scheme: With a simple mouse click or two, students can incur hundreds in fines.
UCLA charges students a multitude of fees for things ranging from health care to dropping classes.
UCLA researchers developed a machine learning algorithm to aid radiologists in diagnosing prostate cancer.
Ruiming Cao, a graduate student in computer science, was the main developer of FocalNet, an artificial intelligence system which uses data from magnetic resonance imaging to detect and assess prostate cancer.
Some music is meant to be background noise during a workout or a party – LSD isn’t.
Three artists joined forces to produce a self-titled album, “LABRINTH, SIA & DIPLO PRESENT… LSD,” which was released Friday.
Peter Yang wants to give students food for thought about escapism in his film “Strange Fodder.”
The fourth-year biochemistry student’s film project stars fourth-year sociology student Daniel Vallejo, who mentally enters a series of new realities after experiencing an unspecified traumatic event.
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