Housing in Westwood, Los Angeles, pictured. The LA City Council recently unanimously voted to expand tenant protections aimed at protecting renters from “just-cause” evictions and being priced out of their housing. (Ethan Manafi/Daily Bruin staff)
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted Jan. 20 to expand tenant protections aimed at keeping renters in their homes, following the conclusion of its pandemic-era regulations at the end of the month.
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority led more than a hundred volunteers through Westwood Wednesday night to conduct the annual Greater LA Homeless Count.
The count – which took place from Tuesday to Thursday night – was co-chaired by members of the Westwood Neighborhood Council, which represents parts of Westwood as an advisory board to the LA City Council, and the Westwood Community Council, a non profit community organization.
This post was updated Jan. 26 at 10:22 p.m.
UCLA Lab School faculty held a walkout on Wednesday, demanding fair bargaining practices from the school’s leadership and the University of California.
This post was updated Jan. 25 at 1:26 p.m.
Members of the UCLA Academic Senate voted in November to establish an American Indian studies department, making it the last ethnic studies center to departmentalize and dismantle its interdepartmental program.
UCLA researchers developed a new cancer treatment that could be useful for targeting solid tumors.
In the study, the researchers said they developed a biodegradable scaffold that is implanted near solid tumors to modulate the immune system’s response to cancer and modify the tumor microenvironment.
This post was updated Jan. 27 at 3:12 p.m.
Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris, interim dean of the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs, sat down with the Daily Bruin to discuss her qualifications, the growth of the school and her priorities as interim dean.
Funding delays from the Undergraduate Students Association Council have impeded event planning and increased stress for student organization leaders.
Student organizations can apply to receive funding from among 15 different USAC funds, according to the USAC website.
In 1923, five Black women founded UCLA’s first Greek life organization, the Pi chapter of Delta Sigma Theta. One hundred years later, dozens of the chapter’s members gathered at UCLA to celebrate the chapter’s centennial and impact on the UCLA community.
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