This post was updated Jan. 14 at 8:46 p.m.
Despite roadblocks for a future of stronger diversity, UCLA has made a promise to increase representation in its student body through efforts to become a Hispanic-Serving Institution.
From reimagining the college classroom to the name of a beloved landmark, Bruins witnessed UCLA adjust to the tides of 2020. Students didn’t remain motionless against these waves either – they gathered to advocate for social justice and their livelihood.
If the major news outlets had been correct in their predictions for 2016, Hillary Clinton would be President.
Today, The Quad is taking a look through the archives to see why many polls failed to predict the winners of the 1980 and 2016 United States presidential elections, and how pollsters in 2020 have changed their methods accordingly.
The beginning of fall quarter typically rings in a season of welcome events after what can be a grueling period of club recruitment. But, with this year’s social distancing restrictions and remote learning, UCLA club leaders have been searching for other ways to keep new and existing members engaged.
The conflict that broke out Sept. 27 between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the contested region of Nagorno-Karabakh has become a central focus of attention for many of UCLA’s Armenian students.
The Hill is going to look a bit different this September.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, only single-occupancy rooms will be offered to students this fall – filling UCLA housing to less than 40% capacity and leaving many students scrambling to figure out other living options.
Making friends in college can be intimidating enough, but now that we have to do it online, it seems almost impossible.
Emphasis on the “almost.”
Luckily, The Quad has some tips on how to meet fellow students online and how to get involved while navigating this unfamiliar territory.
To say that the spring quarter of 2020 looked different from the ones before it would be an understatement at best. Now, in light of the recent cancellation of standard housing plans and the announcement that most fall quarter classes will be online-only, it looks like many Bruins will be mourning yet another quarter away from UCLA.
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