People gather around candles in front of Powell Library. The Undergraduate Students Association Council passed a resolution in support of the Armenians of Artsakh. (Christine Kao/Daily Bruin staff)
The Undergraduate Students Association Council unanimously passed a resolution March 14 in solidarity with the Armenians of Artsakh, also known as Nagorno-Karabakh, which implored UCLA to denounce anti-Armenian sentiment and support Armenian students.
A recent policy report co-authored by UCLA researchers revealed that systemic discrimination against Asian American and Pacific Islander communities persists in California state laws.
UCLA received a $1.4 million grant in 2021 to conduct research investigating the current state of AAPI communities and their struggles, said Hiroshi Motomura, co-author of the report and a faculty co-director of the Center for Immigration Law and Policy at the UCLA School of Law.
Russian chess grandmaster and political activist Garry Kasparov delivered this year’s annual Daniel Pearl Memorial Lecture on Monday evening.
The lecture series – sponsored by the UCLA Burkle Center for Internal Relations, the Daniel Pearl Foundation and Hillel at UCLA – celebrates the memory of Pearl, a journalist who was abducted and killed by terrorists in 2002 while reporting in Pakistan.
UCLA community members expressed concern for people lacking basic needs in the Nagorno-Karabakh region near Armenia because of restricted access to the area.
On Dec. 12, the Lachin Corridor in Nagorno-Karabakh – which is also called Artsakh by Armenians – became blocked.
Turkish and Syrian students said they have felt neglected by the international community following devastating earthquakes on Feb. 6.
As of Tuesday, government officials have reported more than 40,000 deaths and the estimated economic loss is more than $1 billion, according to the World Bank.
This post was updated Feb. 13 at 10:28 p.m.
Editor’s note: this article was updated to retroactively remove the names of two students out of concern for their safety, as well as to clarify a source’s statement regarding the current political and economic climate in Syria.
For over 10 months, Henry Martinez has been waiting for his brother to come home.
Eyvin Hernandez, a double alumnus and a Los Angeles County public defender, went missing in late March 2022 following a vacation in Colombia after he accompanied a friend to the Venezuelan border, according to the LA Times.
In a joint effort, three groups of UCLA and Stanford students participating in the Japan-America Innovators of Medicine program have prototyped various medical devices to tackle challenges associated with dementia.
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