Over a hundred people gather at Bruin Plaza for a vigil. The vigil honored the victims of a deadly fire in Urumqi, China, and stood in solidarity with those protesting the country’s “zero COVID” policy. (Esther Ma/Daily Bruin staff)
More than a hundred people gathered for a vigil Thursday evening at Bruin Plaza to honor the victims of a recent deadly fire in Urumqi, China.
Dozens of protestors gathered at Dickson Plaza on Wednesday to condemn violence and discrimination in Iran.
The rally – organized by the Iranian Student Group and the Iranian Graduate and Professional Association – began at 4 p.m.
UCLA scholars and international lawyers discussed the Russia-Ukraine war and reports of war crimes from Russian armed forces at a hybrid webinar Wednesday.
A United Nations report from the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine found evidence of Russian armed forces committing human rights and international humanitarian law violations as well as war crimes during the initial months of the 2022 Ukrainian invasion.
This post was updated Oct. 14 at 12:20 a.m.
UCLA community members have taken part in a movement across the world in response to the death of a 22-year-old Iranian woman in September.
More than a hundred attendees gathered at a vigil in Bruin Plaza on Thursday evening, lighting candles that shone by a sign reading “Her name was Mahsa Amini” on the Bruin Bear statue.
This post was updated Oct. 16 at 8:26 p.m.
When Nabeel Shaikh combs through social media posts from his family’s country, he sees submerged houses and people attempting to drag their cars through the water.
This post was updated August 19 at 10:34 p.m.
Feven Girmay has not heard from her grandmother in over 10 months.
Girmay, a political science alumnus of UCLA, has family living in Tigray, the northernmost region of Ethiopia.
This post was updated July 10 at 9:43 p.m.
Increasing demand for skilled workers have prompted changes to the United Kingdom’s immigration policy for recent graduates, allowing them to stay in the country without a job offer, UCLA faculty said.
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