(From left to right: Courtesy of Lizeth Chimal, courtesy of Herman Luis Chavez, courtesy of Laura Laubach)
A new political slate in the undergraduate student election seeks to break down partisan barriers within the student government.
The Bruins Adelante Coalition was formed to address the politicization of the Undergraduate Students Association Council and work toward bipartisanship by being practical and action oriented.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council approved a resolution commemorating Lily Shaw and her advocacy for students with disabilities in USAC and the UCLA community. USAC approved changes to the Congressional Advisory Board bylaws and the Seat at the Table Initiative bylaws.
Many UCLA faculty and students refused to work Monday in protest of campus policing.
Cops Off Campus Coalition, a national organization advocating to abolish campus policing, called on faculty and students to withhold academic labor Monday as part of May Day.
Steven Wallace, UCLA researcher and professor, left his legacy through his work in community advocacy for first-generation students of color, immigrant policy and aging in diverse communities.
The Undergraduate Students Association Elections Board temporarily suspended a candidate from campaigning for spreading false allegations against his opponent over social media.
The elections board issued sanctions against Elijah Simas, a second-year electrical engineering student and candidate for the Undergraduate Students Association Council Facilities Commission, after Simas claimed on social media that his opponent Jane Ni – who is currently a Facilities Commission staff member – benefited from an internal survey within the commission.
Bruins will likely be back on campus this fall – but many may be wondering what this return will look like. UCLA students and COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force members discuss the university’s reopening plans, recent suggestions from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the possible risks and benefits of returning to campus.
Kuo-Nan Liou made waves in the field of atmospheric science.
Liou, a distinguished professor of atmospheric sciences and Nobel Peace Prize winner, died at his home in Los Angeles on March 20 at the age of 77.
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