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With the shift to hybrid learning caused by the pandemic, Bruins around the world had to learn to adjust to new ways of teaching. Despite the majority of classes returning to in-person settings, students and staff reflect on lasting personal and academic impacts of COVID-19.
A student’s college experience often involves many decisions, ranging from which classes to enroll in to what dining hall to spend a swipe on. But one decision many Bruins make is to study abroad, an opportunity to experience a completely new academic environment.
With brick-laden architecture, stunning hills and a sunny atmosphere, UCLA boasts a beautiful campus and scenery — but what mechanisms are in place to protect this beloved environment?
Every Nov. 15 the United States celebrates America Recycles Day in order to bring more awareness to recycling and promote sustainability.
According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, the idea originated in Texas in 1994 and was proposed at the National Recycling Coalition’s congress, officially becoming America Recycles Day in 1997.
As Election Day approaches, Bruins may have more than one type of midterm on their minds.
The United States midterm elections happening Nov. 8 will determine which candidates will represent each state in Congress.
This post was updated Oct. 18 at 8:23 p.m.
Investing in the stock market is becoming more accessible to the average person, including many Bruins.
Garrett Roach, a second-year business economics student, said he invests in the public stock market through a number of digital platforms including Robinhood, Public and Webull.
While some Bruins may freeze at the sight of a spider, spider-keeping videos on Youtube may fascinate others.
According to Cleveland Clinic, zoophobia is a fear of all or specific animals.
This post was updated Sept. 27 at 9:52 p.m.
Many students may be wondering what corporate America post-graduation and post-COVID-19 looks like.
Upon wrapping up their summer internships, three Bruins reflect on what the job hunt may have in store.
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