(Anna Richardson/Daily Bruin)
For decades, students have met their significant others through classes, clubs or mutual friends.
However, things changed in 2020 because of COVID-19; many Bruins were not able to participate in the typical UCLA festivities for new students, such as Bruin Bash and the Enormous Activities Fair, at the start of their UCLA experiences.
Research opportunities for undergraduate students are present in every corner of UCLA’s campus, from Dodd Hall to Engineering IV. However, despite the glowing amount of opportunities, landing a desired, worthwhile research assistant position as an undergraduate STEM student is not easy.
For some Bruins, freshman year of college may be full of excitement with new people, new places and an entirely new lifestyle. But for others, a certain feeling can trump others – homesickness.
As Bruins move along in their college career, properly looking after one’s health is an important responsibility. Whether it is one’s own or campus-provided insurance, students reflect on their insurance usage throughout the school year.
While living in typically mild-weathered southern California may reduce the severity of seasonal mood swings for Bruins, having this advantage may not be a reason to neglect the impact winter can have on mental, and even physical, health.
This post was updated Feb. 22 at 8:08 pm
February is the month for matters of the heart, including both romances and cardiovascular health. In particular, February is American Heart Month, an awareness month first recognized in 1964 under President Lyndon B.
This post was updated on Feb. 14 at 5:23 p.m.
Alternative protein options have grown in the past few years, ranging from diverse grocery store products to an increasing number of dishes in restaurants and UCLA dining halls.
This post was updated Feb. 9 at 9:44 p.m.
As photo dumps and blurry candids begin to take the place of posed and filtered pictures, some Bruins may question what casual really means when it comes to social media.
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PRODUCER needs two students to pass out flyers to attendees before the screening of Wounded Land, a film about how Ukrainian
vintners/farmers are producing
during wartime, at the James Bridges Theater (Melnitz Hall 1409) Wednesday, April 19 from 6-9p.m. If interested, contact Scott via txt at
(949)246-6592. This is a paid gig.
FAMILY ASSISTANT/NANNY Busy Brentwood family w/ 3 children (ages 8-13) looking for an after-school nanny/family assistant/tutor to help with pickups/dropoffs from school, sports and activities, oversee homework and assist w/ household organization & errands regarding the children. Schedule somewhat flexibly, looking for 4-5 weekdays, 2-8pm, open to weekend hours as well. Must be reliable, able to swim, clean driving record, car provided. Good position for grad or part-time student studying in relevant fields or with relevant experience. Competitive salary. [email protected]
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Summer Camp Counselor and / or Part Time Recreation Assistant Westwood Recreation Center is looking for students that are looking for a part time job during school and/or Summer. We are hiring! Do you like working with children, answering the phone or enjoy sports? Well we have a job for you. Could be as little as 4 hours a week up to 16 to 38 during the Summer! Email [email protected] to apply!