United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough visited the UCLA School of Nursing on Tuesday and was greeted by Dean Lin Zhan and Chancellor Gene Block. (Courtesy of Aaron Hilf/UCLA School of Nursing)
Denis McDonough, the United States secretary of Veterans Affairs, visited the UCLA School of Nursing on Tuesday for a discussion with faculty and students.
McDonough’s visit served to strengthen the partnership between UCLA and the VA at the start of Nurses Month and emphasize career opportunities in VA to student nurses and student nurse veterans.
The White House honored Judith Baca with one of the nation’s most prestigious awards for artistic excellence March 21.
President Joe Biden awarded Baca – professor emeritus of Chicano/a and Central American Studies and world arts and cultures – the 2021 National Medal of Arts alongside 21 other individuals and two organizations.
UCLA community members expressed concerns over President Joe Biden’s approval of the Alaska Willow project, the largest oil drilling project on United States public land in recent years.
Dozens of Bruins and protesters gathered in front of Royce Hall on Wednesday to denounce discrimination against women and political oppression in Iran.
The event – organized by the Iranian Student Group at UCLA, Iranian Scholars for Liberty and Persian fraternity Sigma Pi Beta – was organized to amplify Iranian women’s voices and bring international attention to their repression, said Paria, a fourth-year cognitive science major and president of ISG, who requested to remain anonymous for safety reasons.
A recent study from the Los Angeles Education Research Institute at UCLA found that students who take math in 12th grade have an increased likelihood of enrolling in and continuing with higher education.
A recent UCLA study found that the COVID-19 pandemic led to economic hardship, negative health outcomes and rising incidents of hate and violence for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Following UCLA leading the University of California as the campus with the most students newly registered to vote leading up to the 2022 midterm elections, a Tufts University report has found young people across the nation are casting their ballots to ensure the voices of a new generation are heard.
The UCLA community expressed mixed feelings about the College Board’s revised curriculum for a new Advanced Placement African American Studies course.
The College Board announced its plan to create an AP African American Studies course in 2021, piloting the course in the 2022-2023 academic year.
When President Joe Biden announced a plan for student debt relief in August, Simona Grace said she finally felt like she had a chance to achieve her dream of attending graduate school.
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