The Biden-Harris administration hosted a virtual press briefing to address mental health, college affordability and environmental concerns among university students. (Wikimedia Commons Courtesy photo by Matt H. Wade)
The Biden-Harris Administration hosted its first virtual campus press briefing of the academic year Monday to address student concerns in higher education.
After the Supreme Court ruled against the administration’s student loan forgiveness plan in June, a primary concern among students is taking out and repaying loans, said Ben LaBolt, the White House communications director.
Two graduate students from the Fielding School of Public Health will serve as ambassadors in This is Public Health’s 2023-2024 cohort.
Sarah Stigers and Lauren Morales, both of whom are graduate students in public health, were among 82 ambassadors selected in July from around the world, according to the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health.
Forbes ranked UCLA seventh in its 2023 America’s Top Colleges ranking Tuesday.
It had previously ranked UCLA sixth in its 2022 ranking.
Forbes decides its ranking based on numerous factors, including graduation rates, salaries post-graduation, retention rates, return on investment and low debt rates after graduation.
This post was updated Aug. 20 at 9:32 p.m.
Members of the campus community expressed surprise following the announcement of UCLA Chancellor Gene Block’s retirement.
Block announced that he would retire in summer 2024 on X, formerly known as Twitter, and through a campuswide email announcement.
Student leadership and members of the UC Board of Regents held a discussion panel Tuesday to discuss the future implementation of university employment for students without legal status.
The University of California admitted the largest class of California freshmen and historically underrepresented students in the system’s history for the upcoming 2023-24 academic year
The preliminary data findings from the UC Office of the President said 88,285 California residents were admitted to the University this year, composing 68% of the total incoming freshman class.
The UC Board of Regents met this week to discuss new appointments, California budget allocations and the current hotel workers strike.
The meetings were held Tuesday through Thursday in the Robertson Auditorium at UC San Francisco.
This post was updated July 9 at 9:35 p.m.
Students and faculty expressed disappointment regarding the United States Supreme Court’s decision to ban the consideration of race in university admissions.
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