From unrest at the Capitol to the reopening of Westwood businesses, this year was filled with both hardships and victories. As this unprecedented school year comes to a close, rewind the clock with Daily Bruin Video to review some of the biggest moments from the past year.
From missed goodbyes to moving home, the pandemic left many students from the class of 2021 with unfinished business at UCLA. @dailybruinvideo sat down with some graduating Bruins to talk about what’s to come after graduation and how they feel about the unconventional ceremony.
As the school year slowly comes to a close, we are saying goodbye to another class of Daily Bruin staffers. Keep watching to see some of our graduating staffers reflect on their time spent at UCLA through photo collages and art pieces.
The Daily Bruin sat down with UCLA students from various Asian organizations, and dove into topics ranging from how their organizations have impacted them to what their organizations have done to support the Asian American Pacific Islander community.
For many Muslims, celebrating Ramadan felt far from normal this year. From the religious holiday’s importance to their experiences fasting, explore how Muslim Bruins are observing Ramadan – and how the pandemic has affected their typical celebrations.
Bruins will likely be back on campus this fall – but many may be wondering what this return will look like. UCLA students and COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force members discuss the university’s reopening plans, recent suggestions from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the possible risks and benefits of returning to campus.
In 2020, public opinion surrounding the process of voting in a U.S. presidential election became largely conflicting. UCLA professors and a UCLA undergraduate student discuss the state of democracy – and what it means for Americans to vote.
Political science is not the only field of study that deals with politics – health care has also been a topic of heated debate. Examine the current health policy reforms with professor Gerald Kominski, from campaign proposals to standing obstacles.
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