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Feb. 22, 2024 8:54 p.m.
How do enrollment times work, and how do they impact Bruins’ class choices?

Pictured is the MyUCLA class planner. Students use the class planner to organize their upcoming schedule and often explore several options to prepare for the possibility of classes filling before their enrollment times. (Jeremy Chen/Photo editor)

This post was updated Feb. 29 at 9:17 p.m.
Enrollment is a recurring college experience that allows Bruins to determine their academic experience by selecting courses and their corresponding professors every quarter.

By Alicia Park

Bruin Bucks

Feb. 21, 2024 10:59 p.m.
Zooming in on the future of micromobility after Bird’s bankruptcy announcement

Bird, a shared electric scooter and bike company, announced its filing for bankruptcy Dec. 20.
While economic experts posit that Bird’s bankruptcy can be attributed to macroeconomic trends, industry-specific challenges and internal factors, industry leaders and scholars maintain distinct views on what this may mean for the future of e-scooter companies.

By Alicia Park

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