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Higher Education

May 14, 2021 3:02 p.m.
University of California announces it will not use SAT, ACT in admissions decisions

The University of California will continue using a standardized-test-blind approach to admissions through at least 2025, according to a settlement reached between the University and plaintiffs Friday.

By Christine Tran and Saumya Gupta

Campus

May 13, 2021 12:59 p.m.
Transfer student leaders continue to call for guaranteed university housing

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.

By Jamie Jiang

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Opinion

May 13, 2021 4:13 p.m.
Opinion: Shift back to in-person instruction will bring new challenges for some students

While some Bruins may feel excited to return to campus after more than a year away, others may find this transition stressful. We should respect everyone’s boundaries so we can all comfortably adjust to the new normal. (Lauren Kim/Daily Bruin)

A return to normal may be the end goal many have eagerly awaited, but for others, this transition won’t be easy.
Instead, it will be one of anxiety and stress.

By Rachel Durose

MULTIMEDIA

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Prime

May 6, 2021 9:27 a.m.
PRIME: Reclaiming Hope

Click here to explore the action of reclaiming hope after a year of uncertainty and loss in PRIME’s spring issue.

By Special To The Daily Bruin

Campus

May 7, 2021 2:13 p.m.
UCLA will now allow graduating students up to 2 guests at commencement ceremonies

Current graduating students will be permitted two guests to accompany them at their in-person spring commencement ceremony, UCLA announced in a campuswide email Friday. 
Following the continued decline of COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County and recent decisions made by county public health officials, the university will be holding outdoor processions for commencement at Drake Stadium, said Monroe Gorden, vice chancellor for student affairs, in the statement.

By Constanza Montemayor

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