Wireless internet service in Westwood was affected Saturday after a fiber-optic cable was damaged.
UCLA Housing’s internet service provider Spectrum announced in an automated message to users that it is working to repair the fiber-optic cable damage, which affected video, internet and phone service.
Neil Bedi, a UCLA computer science alumnus, and fellow Tampa Bay Times reporter Kathleen McGrory were jointly awarded the Pulitzer Prize for local reporting on Friday.
Social justice protests across Los Angeles have seen progress for their demands, but their work is not complete, some community leaders and advocates said.
Hundreds marched around the city for the Black Lives Matter movement after George Floyd’s death in Minnesota police custody last year.
Despite having their time at UCLA cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic, transfer students have still found positives and connections through various on-campus communities.
Many graduating transfer students highlighted their disappointment at having their time at UCLA shortened due to the pandemic.
Many Westwood businesses are looking forward to new opportunities amid rising vaccination rates and easing of the public health guidelines instituted because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
UCLA students are pursuing degrees in education-related fields in hopes of addressing existing inequities in higher education.
UCLA approved the undergraduate education and social transformation major in fall 2018 and began accepting applications in 2020.
UCLA transfer students and faculty said they welcomed President Joe Biden’s proposed American Families Plan, which would invest more heavily in community colleges and financial aid.
Graduating students call their time at UCLA bittersweet: While they are sad to finish the last year of their undergraduate careers behind a screen, they are excited for what the future holds.
As a student pursuing a geographic information systems and technology minor, Kathryn Greenler is familiar with maps and data.
Yet Greenler only recently learned how to take a community-centered approach to her studies by creating technology that will amplify the voices of Koreatown.
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