During the Jan. 18 Undergraduate Student Associated Council meeting, out-of-state students expressed frustration at the university’s changing plans for the quarter, and the council appointed members to the elections board.
Rushed deadlines and unclear instructions created confusion about UCLA’s COVID-19 vaccine booster shot requirement, some students said.
On Dec. 21, UCLA announced that in addition to a temporary return to online learning, students and staff are required to submit proof of a COVID-19 vaccine booster in January.
Finals season is once again rearing its head.
But these exams look different from the ones students have grown used to during online learning. The return of in-person classes this quarter has brought with it the return of closed-note, timed exams.
This post was updated Nov. 28 at 11:50 p.m.
UCLA Dining implemented the UCLA Mobile app to check the daily COVID-19 symptom monitoring survey Nov. 4 following the announcement of a Los Angeles County ordinance requiring vaccination for indoor dining.
Students expressed and responded to concerns over the Undergraduate Students Association Council office’s director stipend proposal for the year.
Arsh Gupta, chairman of the Associated Students UCLA Board of Directors, shared the Big Ideas Contest, which gives students the opportunity to win up to $20,000 for an idea that has a positive social impact.
Students expressed frustration with the lack of COVID-19 testing on the weekends because the inconveniences it creates, such as having to go off campus.
UCLA offers students two free COVID-19 tests each week.
This post was updated Oct. 31 at 9:41 p.m.
Laptops are an essential part of students’ lives.
After a year and a half of attending classes online, it’s no surprise that people are more reliant on their laptops than ever before.
On Sept. 24, UCLA announced new initiatives in its efforts to be federally designated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution by 2025. UCLA pledged to create new faculty lines and fellowships and devote more resources to Latinx-related research.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council appointed five undergraduate students to the Academic Senate. The council approved new Bruin Advocacy Grant guidelines that expanded the definition of advocacy to include attending protests and conferences, educational programming and community organizing.
Radha Patel, the chair of the UCLA chapter of the California Public Interest Research Group and a fourth-year sociology student, said that CALPIRG is pushing Governor Newsom to commit to 100% clean energy by 2030.
This post was updated Sept. 23 at 12:37 a.m.
Two student organizations representing Pacific Islander and American Indian students are calling on UCLA administrators to address the lack of representation they feel on campus.
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