What would happen if UCLA students returned in the fall to take in-person classes? We explore the potential spread of COVID-19 among students on UCLA’s campus.
UCLA Athletics is a huge business. Think, $130 million huge.
In the age of coronavirus, it’s also an institution at a standstill. As the moving parts of UCLA Athletics slow during this shutdown, we’ll take you through a snapshot of how those tens of millions break down, using UCLA’s NCAA financial filings from 2015 to 2019.
Explore the number of COVID-19 cases and hospital capacities in each neighborhood within Los Angeles County. What would have happened if UCLA students were on campus and became infected?
University life across the United States has been largely upended because of COVID-19. Find out how the measures schools have taken to stop the spread correlate with local confirmed cases, other schools and more.
Research presentations, senior showcases and March Madness remain imaginings of a lifetime ago. It’s been a year, or four, left unfinished. The COVID-19 pandemic has uprooted students’ everyday lives as they once knew them.
California voters can head out to cast their ballot March 3, playing a crucial role in finding the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate. From voter’s guides, an editorial board endorsement and election analyses – here’s what you need to know before you make your choice.
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