By this time in the quarter, Bruins are used to pre-pandemic scenes such as this one: students packed into a lecture hall with little wiggle room. However, going back to in-person classes doesn’t have to mean going back to closed note exams. Moving forward, educators should capitalize on the benefits of others forms of assessing student learning. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Finals season is once again rearing its head.
But these exams look different from the ones students have grown used to during online learning. The return of in-person classes this quarter has brought with it the return of closed-note, timed exams.
Basketball, skiing, surfing, golf and even tennis – what do they have in common?
In these sports, women are paid significantly less than men.
Players in the WNBA, for instance, make on average 1.5% that of NBA players.
Being a recent graduate is hard enough.
But finding work as an international student can be even harder.
To help address that problem, the Optional Practical Training program helps international students gain work experience in the U.S.
This quarter has brought about tremendous strides in terms of our long-awaited return to campus, but it also has brought about new challenges for the UCLA dining program that have required us to be creative with our resources.
This post was updated Nov. 29 at 9:45 a.m.
The experiences of urban Indigenous communities remain understudied and misunderstood. I want to tell the story about the importance of Indigenous women in postwar Detroit.
It has been a busy year for student researchers at the University of California.
In addition to conducting research and taking care of all of the things that come with life in academia, graduate student researchers have been advocating for a union that would represent 17,000 student researchers across the UC.
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