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Some students are celebrating a new University of California policy that recognizes students’ preferred name and gender identity.
UC President Michael Drake announced Nov. 10 that an individual’s preferred name and gender identity will be used on all university-issued documents and in UC information systems.
Since President Donald Trump ran for office on a number of immigration policy promises, federal policies have changed substantially. With the November elections approaching, Daily Bruin Enterprise reviewed the Trump administration’s immigration policies.
A UCLA study found that student workers are struggling with financial insecurity, lack of academic accommodations and lack of access to mental health services amid the pandemic. (Emily Dembinski/Illustrations director)
The COVID-19 pandemic has made it harder for student workers to balance their studies and their jobs, a UCLA study found.
Student workers experienced educational, financial and mental health hardships balancing their academic and work responsibilities, according to a September study from the Workers and Learners project at the UCLA Labor Center.
Sole360 is normalizing online sneaker trading.
While most major sneaker marketplaces revolve around buying and selling, Sole360 exclusively focuses on helping users trade sneakers through the website as the company verifies shipments.
Hundreds of activists called for the United States to recognize the Republic of Artsakh as a state in a strike organized by the Armenian Youth Federation.
Class attendance should not be students’ top priority during a pandemic.
But unfortunately for some, it has to be.
Bruins have been attending online classes for nine months now and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future.
Nisha Mody is setting books down and instead perusing through the pages of the complex identities of Asian peoples.
In her new podcast, “MigrAsians,” Mody, the associate director of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Southwest Region based at UCLA, explores how the intersectional identities of Asians influence their politics and art.
Though many soon-to-be-parents applaud pink or blue smoke, a counterculture has emerged to challenge gender binary traditions. From boxy blazers to colorful crop tops, many Bruins are using gender-nonconforming fashion as a vehicle of self-expression.
After a slight hiccup, the Bruins will be back on the hardwood and competing in conference play.
UCLA men’s basketball (1-1) is hosting Seattle (3-1) and California (2-1) on Thursday and Sunday, respectively, with the former being the Bruin’s home opener and the latter being the team’s first game of the 2020-2021 Pac-12 campaign.