In times of emergency, the medical community must coordinate to make treatments available for patients. UCLA professors explain the clinical trials, drug repurposing and parallel strategies required to combat a virus – a race for medicine that’s more important than ever during a global pandemic.
The 2020 election was the first time voting in a presidential election for many college students. Bruins share their experiences with voting, while voicing their opinions on the current state of the United States and their hopes for the future under a new administration.
UCLA students and faculty continue to discuss how to move forward in their divest/invest movement, making calls to defund UCPD and directing resources to other areas of campus in part two of a Daily Bruin Enterprise investigation.
COVID-19 has brought about an unexpected change to the college experience. UCLA transfer students describe their transferring experiences to Zoom university – with helpful advice on finding resources, getting housing, creating a community and more.
Through last minute changes and tumultuous global circumstances, the Daily Bruin Online team worked tirelessly from their homes to make the 2020 Graduation Issue possible – and especially relevant to the campus community.
With the onset of a global pandemic, a mass movement arises in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement. UCLA students share personal experiences, while UCLA health care professionals discuss additional measures needed for protesting during a pandemic.
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