(Emily Dembinski/Illustrations director)
Since President Donald Trump ran for office on a number of immigration policy promises, federal policies have changed substantially. With the November elections approaching, Daily Bruin Enterprise reviewed the Trump administration’s immigration policies.
This post was updated Oct. 21 at 10:01 a.m. to reflect clarified language regarding Nadeeka Karunaratne’s area of research.
The Trump administration updated federal sexual misconduct policies, proposed cuts to education funding and weakened race-conscious admissions during its four-year term.
Editor’s note: This article contains discussions of racial slurs. The Daily Bruin uses the phrase “N-word” as a placeholder, whereas “n—–” refers to a source’s direct use of the word in interviews.
This post was updated July 29 at 10:43 a.m.
Lecturers are speaking out against low wages and job security at UCLA.
About 3,000 lecturers teach at the University of California each term and about 5,000 lecturers teach at the UC in a year, according to the University Council American Federation of Teachers.
The coronavirus outbreak has stacked the deck against international graduate students.
International graduate students are facing heightened challenges from the coronavirus outbreak. Some students are staying in the United States instead of going home to their families, amid fears of being barred from reentering the U.S.
The University of California is facing new challenges to comply with recently changed Title IX regulations.
There is concern for the transition to the new federal sexual misconduct regulations because students may be deterred from coming forward, said UC systemwide Title IX director Suzanne Taylor.
Students are calling for greater support for undocumented students, who are facing heightened financial and emotional challenges because of the coronavirus pandemic.
UCLA announced May 7 it would give each eligible student at least $200 in relief funding from the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.
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