Monday, March 30


Students may take multiple Pass/No Pass classes in the spring in light of COVID-19

The UCLA Academic Senate will allow undergraduate students to take more than one class on a Pass/No Pass basis for spring quarter in light of the coronavirus outbreak. Read more...

Photo: Students will now be able to take more than one class on a Pass/No Pass basis for spring quarter in light of the coronavirus outbreak, following a UCLA Academic Senate decision. (Daily Bruin file photo)


UCLA Health increases coronavirus testing capacity as US faces shortage

UCLA Health can now conduct more than 500 COVID-19 tests a day, officials announced Thursday. UCLA Health’s coronavirus testing capacity has more than tripled in a week. Read more...

Photo: UCLA Health facilities can now administer more than 500 tests a day, a threefold increase from the previous week. The tests are conducted across multiple clinics in the UC Health system. (Daily Bruin file photo)




More than 80% of residents leave the Hill after decision to move classes online

This post was updated March 26 at 1:33 p.m. More than 80% of students living on the Hill have moved off campus and more are expected to trickle out, said a residential life official at an undergraduate student government meeting Tuesday. Read more...

Photo: Over 80% of students who live on the Hill have moved out following UCLA’s decision to move spring quarter online. (Daily Bruin file photo)


UCLA moves Bruin Day online because of COVID-19 outbreak

Admitted students will have to experience UCLA through a series of online events in lieu of Bruin Day because of the coronavirus outbreak.  The university is working on building a months-long plan to engage admitted freshmen and transfer students online, UCLA spokesperson Ricardo Vazquez said in an emailed statement. Read more...

Photo: Admitted freshman and transfer students will attend webinars, Instagram Lives and other online events this year in lieu of the traditional Bruin Day (Daily Bruin file photo)