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June 18, 2024 10:57 p.m.
Regents hear comments on pro-Palestine protest response, nurse schedule changes

Regents Richard Leib, Michael Drake and Janet Reilly (left to right) sit at the UC Board of Regents meeting Wednesday at UCLA. During public comment, members of the public spoke about the UC’s response to pro-Palestine protests and changes to float pool nurse scheduling. (Zimo Li/Photo editor)

The UC Board of Regents heard public comment from community members Wednesday about the University’s response to pro-Palestine protests at UCLA and plans by hospital management to change float pool nurse scheduling shifts at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

By Sam Mulick


June 12, 2024 1:38 p.m.
UCLA chancellor appointment, Julio Frenk

By Special To The Daily Bruin


May 29, 2024 6:58 p.m.

CCE announces lowering of prices for summer internship courses

The cost to obtain UCLA credit for a summer internship through 195CE courses will soon be cut by over 80%, with a decrease from $1,325 to $208.

By Lilly Wellons


May 27, 2024 10:02 p.m.

‘A broader view’: How science communication is taught across the UC

A common stereotype of scientists is that they are poor at writing.
A quick internet search brings up a Reddit post that proclaims, “90% of scientific writers absolutely suck at writing.”
However, while stereotypes about scientists have long existed, science communication – which focuses on the translation of scientific information to a variety of scientific and nonscientific audiences – has gained more attention in recent years, especially following the COVID-19 pandemic.

By Irene Huh and Kai Nikchevich


May 27, 2024 9:53 p.m.

Vaccines or ivermectin?: Students navigate disinformation dialogues in Fiat Lux 19

“Climate change is a hoax.” “The earth is flat.” “Vaccines have microchips in them.”
These beliefs persist despite having been widely rejected by scientists. During the COVID-19 pandemic, some conservative politicians promoted the use of the drug ivermectin, which is used to kill parasites, as a cure for the virus – even though the United States Food and Drug Administration did not authorize its use and the National Institutes of Health explicitly advised against it.

By Yashila Suresh

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