The Undergraduate Students Association Council discussed publishing a statement voicing solidarity with Palestinian students.
Lauren Thielen-Esparza, a third-year political science student, said she supported USAC’s making a statement in support of Palestinians.
This post was updated May 23 at 5:26 p.m.
UCLA will increase the capacity of on-campus restaurants, gyms and gatherings effective immediately after LA County moved into the yellow tier in early May, administrators announced Friday.
The university will increase indoor capacity for on-campus restaurants and gyms and implement new cleaning protocols after the county issued new public health guidelines that loosened COVID-19 restrictions, said Michael Beck and Michael Meranze, co-chairs of the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force.
On-campus restaurants are now able to operate indoors at 50% capacity, where up to six vaccinated people are allowed to sit at the same table.
Gyms, including the Kinross Recreation Center, will operate at 50% capacity.
This post was updated May 8 at 12:07 a.m.
The undergraduate student body elected a president from the For The People slate but failed to reach the required threshold to pass the Bruin Emergency Relief Fund Referendum.
Only 19.82% of undergraduate students voted in the 2021 Undergraduate Students Association Election, down from 30.06% in last year’s election.
Editor’s note: This article contains discussions of racial slurs. The Daily Bruin uses “n-word” as a placeholder.
Undergraduate student government presidential candidate Moises Hernandez apologized Wednesday amid criticism about his hesitancy to endorse the Black Lives Matter movement on behalf of an organization and his past use of the n-word.
The last few years have seen an increase in partisanship – according to the Pew Research Center, the approval rating of the president has never been more polarized than under the Trump administration.
Undergraduate students will vote for three amendments to the student government constitution in May after a contentious process to move the amendments on the ballot.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council approved three constitutional amendments that may give more power to the USA Judicial Board and USA Elections Board but also limit the term length of judicial board justices.
Undergraduate students will vote for about 40 candidates, three constitutional amendments and one referendum in the undergraduate student government election in spring 2021.
Alfred Tun, Undergraduate Students Association Elections Board chair and fourth-year economics and political science student, presented the spring election ballot at the Undergraduate Students Association Council meeting Tuesday.
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