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The scheme helped Chinese nationals gain U.S. visas to attend many highly selective universities, including UCLA. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Five arrested in TOEFL cheating scheme to procure student visas for Chinese nationals

This post was updated March 13 at 5:53 p.m. A UCLA alumnus was arrested by federal authorities Tuesday for involvement in a scheme that helped Chinese nationals obtain student visas by cheating on their English proficiency tests. Read more...

Photo: The scheme helped Chinese nationals gain U.S. visas to attend many highly selective universities, including UCLA. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The scheme helped Chinese nationals gain U.S. visas to attend many highly selective universities, including UCLA. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Sen. Bernie Sanders will speak at a rally for UPTE-CWA 9119, a union representing University of California research and technical workers. The union is striking against privatization in the UC, according to a UPTE press release. (Creative Commons photo by AFGE)

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders to attend union rally at UCLA

Senator and 2020 presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will speak at a union rally at UCLA next week. Sanders will speak at 12 p.m. March 20 at a rally for University Professional and Technical Employees-Communications Workers of America 9119. Read more...

Photo: Sen. Bernie Sanders will speak at a rally for UPTE-CWA 9119, a union representing University of California research and technical workers. The union is striking against privatization in the UC, according to a UPTE press release. (Creative Commons photo by AFGE)

Sen. Bernie Sanders will speak at a rally for UPTE-CWA 9119, a union representing University of California research and technical workers. The union is striking against privatization in the UC, according to a UPTE press release. (Creative Commons photo by AFGE)

Prince Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein of Jordan reflected on the future of racial justice and equality as the keynote speaker at the Critical Perspectives on Race and Human Rights conference Friday. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Former UN high commissioner offers critical outlooks on racial inequality

A former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights said he thinks the UN needs to stand up to governments that allow racial injustice and inequality to exist at an event Friday. Read more...

Photo: Prince Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein of Jordan reflected on the future of racial justice and equality as the keynote speaker at the Critical Perspectives on Race and Human Rights conference Friday. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Prince Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein of Jordan reflected on the future of racial justice and equality as the keynote speaker at the Critical Perspectives on Race and Human Rights conference Friday. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Trump announced a national emergency Feb. 15 at the United States-Mexico border to access the billions of dollars for a border wall that Congress denied him. A coalition of 16 states, led by California, filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration Feb. 18. (Creative Commons photo by Steven Pavlov)

Trump’s emergency declaration spurs dialogue regarding implications for UC

UCLA student leaders said they oppose President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration and promised to stand by minority groups. Trump announced a national emergency Feb. 15 at the U.S.-Mexico border to access the billions of dollars for a border wall that Congress denied him. Read more...

Photo: Trump announced a national emergency Feb. 15 at the United States-Mexico border to access the billions of dollars for a border wall that Congress denied him. A coalition of 16 states, led by California, filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration Feb. 18. (Creative Commons photo by Steven Pavlov)

Trump announced a national emergency Feb. 15 at the United States-Mexico border to access the billions of dollars for a border wall that Congress denied him. A coalition of 16 states, led by California, filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration Feb. 18. (Creative Commons photo by Steven Pavlov)



Julián Castro, a 2020 presidential candidate, spoke to a Chicana and Chicano studies class Monday about his positions on specific policies, his family background and his qualifications. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Julián Castro visits UCLA to speak with students about his 2020 presidential run

A candidate for the 2020 presidential election explained his position on various policies, including health care, education and foreign affairs on campus Monday. Julián Castro, former mayor of San Antonio and former United States secretary of housing and urban development under former President Barack Obama, spoke to a Chicana and Chicano studies class about his positions on specific policies, his family background and his qualifications. Read more...

Photo: Julián Castro, a 2020 presidential candidate, spoke to a Chicana and Chicano studies class Monday about his positions on specific policies, his family background and his qualifications. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Julián Castro, a 2020 presidential candidate, spoke to a Chicana and Chicano studies class Monday about his positions on specific policies, his family background and his qualifications. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Daily Bruin senior staff)


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