The UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science is pictured. Former men’s basketball player Myles Johnson, who recently received his master’s in electrical and computer engineering from the school, announced that he will speak at the school’s graduate student commencement. (Justin Jnryung/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Former men’s basketball player Myles Johnson will be the student speaker at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering & Applied Science’s graduate student commencement.
Johnson, who graduated in March with a master’s degree in electrical and computer engineering, announced in a tweet Monday that he will be speaking at the ceremony, which will be held June 18 at 1:30 p.m.
The inspiration for Sean Sugai’s class came from a phrase on Twitter that caught his eye.
When the fourth-year anthropology and human biology and society student saw the phrase “Oceanic Filipinx Studies,” his interest was piqued.
This post was updated May 27 at 10:54 p.m.
UCLA Transportation announced an increase for quarterly parking permit fees at the Undergraduate Students Association Council meeting May 9.
One of Luke Mariak’s favorite memories is of a Nike shoe on UCLA’s Intramural Field aiming toward a soccer ball.
The shoe, however, was not his own — it was that of Advanced Robotic Technology for Enhanced Mobility and Improved Stability, or ARTEMIS, a soccer-playing robot built by researchers alongside Dennis Hong, a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering.
A UCLA-sponsored artist unveiled the Grieving Sun Mural, a community artwork project aimed at shedding light on the power of collective grief, on Wednesday.
The mural, which was created by UCLA arts faculty and members of the wider Los Angeles community, was unveiled outside Perloff Hall alongside a soundscape of music, bird calls and recordings of people telling their stories of grief playing from nearby temporarily installed speakers.
This post was updated May 18 at 10:23 p.m.
Advocacy groups calling for the UC to hire students without legal status and fairly compensate union-affiliated workers held protests outside the University of California Board of Regents meeting Wednesday at the UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center.
Opportunity for All, a UC-wide student organization campaigning for equal access to employment and resources for students without legal status, held a rally that featured faculty and student speeches and a march to the Luskin Conference Center to form a picket line.
Hundreds of prospective transfer students attended Transfer Bruin Day on Saturday to get their first authentic Bruin experience.
UCLA hosted a University Welcome with Chancellor Gene Block and an information fair to answer questions on academic life, financial aid and campus resources.
This post was updated May 14 at 10:05 p.m.
The 2023 Undergraduate Students Association Council election saw the highest voter turnout since 2020, with students re-electing three incumbents and ousting President Carl King Jr.
The USA Elections Board announced results Friday night.
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