After more than a year of closure, the Regency Village Theatre will reopen May 27 with a screening of “A Quiet Place Part II.” COVID-19 safety measures will be enforced according to county health guidelines. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The Regency Village Theatre will reopen in late May after closing more than one year ago because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Village Theatre will reopen May 27 with several safety precautions in place, including limited capacity, social distancing and touch-free ticketing, according to the theater’s website.
This post was updated May 15 at 2:01 p.m.
Undergraduate student body leaders are calling for improved access to housing for all transfer students, some of whom were excluded from priority access to on-campus housing.
Two UCLA student unions are calling on the university to accept a federal relief program that would pay back debt incurred by university housing tenants.
United Auto Workers 2865, a student workers union at UCLA, and the UCLA Tenants Union started a petition April 10 asking the university to accept federal assistance offered in California Senate Bill 91, which passed in late January.
UCLA students and faculty share their anxiety and excitement as they prepare for the transition back to in-person instruction.
Both incoming and returning students anticipate coming back to campus; however, some feel concerned about acclimating socially after more than a year of social distancing.
This post was updated May 2 at 9:07 p.m.
UCLA administrators announced plans to hold large fall quarter classes remotely and require vaccination for in-person classes at a town hall Monday.
The North Westwood Neighborhood Council’s first entirely mail-in election in May may result in higher voter turnout but has also created candidate registration issues.
The NWWNC represents UCLA and Westwood in the Los Angeles City Council.
UCLA is planning to commission a review in the Jackie Robinson Stadium incident and campus safety policies, but some UCLA community members said the review comes too late and lacks transparency.
UCLA is planning to commission an independent third-party review of the events that led to the LAPD using the UCLA-leased Jackie Robinson Stadium to detain protesters during the George Floyd protests in June, administrators announced Friday.
UCLA Housing is requiring students to get additional testing for COVID-19 after UCLA experienced a spike in COVID-19 cases.
UCLA Housing sent an email Thursday to students living on the Hill asking them to take an additional COVID-19 test after the UCLA undergraduate community experienced an increase in positive COVID-19 cases.
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