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Feb. 18, 2021 11:48 p.m.
At a Distance: Burmese students, faculty discuss military coup and subsequent protests in Myanmar

Bruins come from all around the world, from Colombia to Bangladesh. Because of the pandemic, many international Bruins are currently residing in their home countries. In “At a Distance,” Daily Bruin writers will look at events around the world Bruins care about and give a student’s perspective on the topics.

By Lily Flick


Feb. 5, 2021 5:48 p.m.

UCLA will provide financial support to students affected by Myanmar coup

UCLA is planning to give students affected by the Myanmar coup university financial aid, a university administrator said at the Tuesday undergraduate student government meeting.
Maria Blandizzi, the UCLA dean of students, said Tuesday at an Undergraduate Students Association Council meeting that her office and the Economic Crisis Response Team will give financial support to students who cannot withdraw funds from their banks in Myanmar as a result of a coup staged by Myanmar’s military Monday.

By Sydney Kovach

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