The Graduate Students Association offices are housed in Kerchoff Hall (pictured). The 2022-2023 officers were sworn in May 4. (Sakshi Joglekar/Assistant Photo editor)
Looking forward to next year, the incoming Graduate Students Association officers plan to focus on issues such as housing, transportation, community and more.
The GSA elects four officers each year: president, vice president of internal affairs, vice president of external affairs and vice president of academic affairs.
Researchers and clinicians discussed new methods to make health care and research more gender inclusive at the Ninth Annual UCLA Children’s Discovery and Innovation Institute Symposium.
Providing a portal between past and present, Chinatown’s murals capture the history of the neighborhood and its residents.
Many artists drew inspiration from their personal experience and heritage to paint these works throughout Chinatown, helping to preserve their cultural legacy for future generations.
This post was updated May 19 at 1:51 p.m.
A University of California coalition rallied outside the UC Board of Regents meeting Tuesday to call for divestment from companies involved with weapons manufacturing.
UC Divest, a coalition of organizations committed to ideas such as anti-imperialism, anti-colonialism and anti-war, began protesting at 8:30 a.m.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council discussed two resolutions calling on UCLA administration to reinstate the mask mandate and to terminate the existence of Greek life.
The council is the official student government representing the undergraduate student body at UCLA.
This post was updated May 18 at 11:01 p.m.
of prospective transfer students and their families gathered at Kerckhoff patio to meet possible future peers and administrators Friday.
State bans on affirmative action are associated with striking declines in racial and ethnic diversity in public medical schools, according to a recent UCLA-led study.
The study examined the percentage of students from underrepresented backgrounds in United States public medical schools between 1985 and 2019 and found there was a decrease in the percentage of Black, Hispanic, American Indian or Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander students.
Researchers discussed progress in treatments for genetic diseases and the ethics surrounding these new technologies at a UCLA symposium Wednesday.
The first annual Ginsburg Symposium in Precision Health, held at Carnesale Commons from 8 a.m.
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