The Los Angeles Department of Housing and Urban Development created a waiver last month to expedite the process of providing those experiencing homelessness with permanent housing.
This post was updated Sept. 21 at 10:37 p.m.
As UCLA chancellor Gene Block begins the last year of his tenure, he and his colleagues reflect on the work he has done over the past 17 years.
As a part of a course offered this fall, UCLA students will enter a national competition where they will propose solutions to address economic changes to the Federal Reserve.
Over the course of one summer, Bruins have faced divisive U.S. Supreme Court decisions, the looming threat of economic recession and international conflict in Europe. As students prepare to enter the 2023-2024 academic year, the Daily Bruin reflects on important moments in national and international news this summer.
This post was updated Aug. 20 at 9:32 p.m.
Members of the campus community expressed surprise following the announcement of UCLA Chancellor Gene Block’s retirement.
Block announced that he would retire in summer 2024 on X, formerly known as Twitter, and through a campuswide email announcement.
Student leadership and members of the UC Board of Regents held a discussion panel Tuesday to discuss the future implementation of university employment for students without legal status.
The University of California admitted the largest class of California freshmen and historically underrepresented students in the system’s history for the upcoming 2023-24 academic year
The preliminary data findings from the UC Office of the President said 88,285 California residents were admitted to the University this year, composing 68% of the total incoming freshman class.
The UC Board of Regents met this week to discuss new appointments, California budget allocations and the current hotel workers strike.
The meetings were held Tuesday through Thursday in the Robertson Auditorium at UC San Francisco.
This post was updated July 23 at 8:49 p.m.
Assemblymember Isaac Bryan was sworn into the California State Assembly as majority leader July 3. Bryan, who is a UCLA alumnus, sat down with the Daily Bruin to discuss his new role and how his experience at UCLA impacted his journey into politics.
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