Many UCLA organizations are finding new ways to combat food insecurity for students as the cost of living and education steadily rises across Los Angeles.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture, a person is food insecure when their access to nutritious and safe food is limited or uncertain.
The first time I walked into the Daily Bruin office I was, first and foremost, nervous.
I was a sophomore at the time, and my first year at UCLA had been entirely online thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most graduating students take the last few weeks of spring to take graduation photos, wrap up their classes and spend time with friends.
In addition to these activities, graduating Undergraduate Students Association Council members are in a different period of transition: welcoming incoming staffers and finishing up their last student government duties.
For decades, students have met their significant others through classes, clubs or mutual friends.
However, things changed in 2020 because of COVID-19; many Bruins were not able to participate in the typical UCLA festivities for new students, such as Bruin Bash and the Enormous Activities Fair, at the start of their UCLA experiences.
Scrolling through social media or watching television is the default decompression activity for many, and spending time outdoors is often overlooked.
While laying down and putting on a good show may be tempting, research shows that spending time outside every day can be more beneficial.
This post was updated July 24 at 8:24 p.m.
Following the end of spring quarter, summer internships, classes and jobs kick into gear. While some students returned home for the break, others are sticking around to build their résumés and experience Los Angeles in the summertime.
At the strike of midnight the Wednesday of each finals week, UCLA students strip down to their bras, boxers and briefs. UCLA’s tradition of a quarterly “Undie Run” celebrated its 20th anniversary this school year.
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