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UCLA’s annual Relay For Life took place from noon Saturday to noon Sunday. Hosted by the American Cancer Society, the fundraising event aims to support those who have cancer and to remember those who have died from cancer.
Students at the UCLA chapter of the California Public Interest Research Group, an advocacy group, showed students on Bruin Walk on Tuesday how Thanksgiving dinners would be limited without bees as part of its Save the Bees campaign.
This post was updated May 24 at 10:55 a.m.
Members of Students for Justice in Palestine held a protest at a Thursday event in which Jewish, Armenian and Kurdish students spoke about the histories of their peoples, claiming it did not acknowledge Palestinians as indigenous to the region.
UCLA workers part of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299, the University of California’s largest employee union, participated in a picket line Monday, demanding higher wages and increased benefits.
Around 16 students gathered Wednesday to put up a new pride flag on the Academic Affairs Commission’s office that was stolen last week. The flag, which hung in front of the office’s door, was put up to show support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community, said Academic Affairs Commissioner Divya Sharma.
UCLA School of Law students, faculty and staff took their children trick-or-treating at the law school Tuesday afternoon. Children dressed in costumes and went from office to office asking for candy.
The International Student Association held its fourth annual multicultural fair, called “World In-Sight,” at Wilson Plaza on Wednesday. About 14 student groups came together to showcase and celebrate diversity through booths representing various countries.
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