Some on-campus activities, including outdoor recreation and performing arts studios, may resume with limited capacity in accordance with a revised health order by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. (Daily Bruin file photo)
UCLA is developing plans to reopen some on-campus activities, including libraries and some performing arts studios, university officials announced Wednesday.
UCLA is also planning to reopen some outdoor fitness facilities and hold outdoor study groups, according to a campuswide email from Administrative Vice Chancellor Michael Beck and former Academic Senate Chair Michael Meranze.
A new service at UCLA uses autonomous robots to deliver food from campus restaurants to any location on campus.
The robots, designed and operated by Starship Technologies, currently deliver from Blaze Pizza, Southern Lights and Bruin Buzz for a delivery fee of $1.99.
Lily Sperling and her family evacuated their home in Austin, Texas after two nights without power and heat.
In anticipation of the upcoming snowstorm and the possibility of a power outage, Sperling and her family charged two portable batteries.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a public health crisis but it is important to consider racial and ethnic disparities in the health care industry, UCLA professors said at a virtual event on Saturday.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council discussed the reallocation of $200,000 in undergraduate funds to the COVID-19 Relief Fund. The USA Elections Board chair also presented a finalized version of the election calendar to the council.
A string of attacks on Asian American elders has sparked a conversation among the UCLA Asian community about the rise of anti-Asian violence.
A 19-year-old man violently shoved 84-year-old Thai man Vicha Ratanapakdee in San Francisco late January.
Grand theft auto and motor vehicle break-ins in West Los Angeles spiked since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in March.
According to data from the LAPD, there were 663 reported grand theft auto cases in West LA from March 20 to Feb.
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