Rodrigo Vazquez wants to change the conversation around formerly incarcerated students.
Vazquez, who is formerly incarcerated, said people should not ask formerly incarcerated students what they did.
This post was updated Nov. 8 at 8:08 p.m.
For some UCLA students, the news of a Joe Biden presidency is a sigh of relief.
Former Vice President Biden won the 2020 presidential election and is now the president-elect, according to the Associated Press.
Hans Bodvarsson lit up every room he stepped in.
Hans, a first-year cognitive science student, died in Westwood on Oct. 24. Hans is remembered by his family and friends for his love for friends and life.
Multiple protests broke out across Los Angeles on Election Day, both for and against President Donald Trump.
Protests included a pro-Trump rally in Beverly Hills and an anti-Trump protest in Downtown LA.
This post was updated Oct. 28 at 4:58 p.m.
A COVID-19 outbreak in an on-campus residential building caused a variety of concerns for some of its residents, including an increased risk of COVID-19 and potential further restrictions on their movement.
This post was updated Sept. 22 at 2:06 p.m.
The University of California admitted at least 64 unqualified students between 2013 and 2019 based on donations or family connections, including four applicants admitted to UCLA as student-athletes, according to a state audit released Tuesday.
Lily Shaw was going to change the world.
“Everyone that knew Lily knew she was going to change the world, because she had the power, knowledge and drive to do it,” said Andy Mansur, Shaw’s close friend and a third-year psychology student.
UCLA will transition to all remote instruction except for essential in-person classes for the fall and reduce the number of students permitted in on-campus housing.
The decision follows recent directives from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health that restricted campus activities to minimum operations and limited on-campus housing eligibility to students with no alternative options, said Emily Carter, the executive vice chancellor and provost in an emailed statement to students.
UCLA decreased the amount of in-person courses for fall quarter because of an increase in COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles, according to an announcement by the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Emily Carter.
UCLA will now offer about 8% of courses in person or as a hybrid in the fall, which includes some lab, studio and clinical classes, according to the announcement.
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