This post was updated Feb. 15 at 09:06 p.m.
New procedural changes aim to make undergraduate student government elections more accessible, student officials said.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council unanimously approved several changes in January to the undergraduate elections code, though some council members said some of the changes may not be necessary or effective.
UCLA is planning to give students affected by the Myanmar coup university financial aid, a university administrator said at the Tuesday undergraduate student government meeting.
Maria Blandizzi, the UCLA dean of students, said Tuesday at an Undergraduate Students Association Council meeting that her office and the Economic Crisis Response Team will give financial support to students who cannot withdraw funds from their banks in Myanmar as a result of a coup staged by Myanmar’s military Monday.
UCLA must pay James Heaps’ former patients around $73 million and reform its clinical sexual misconduct procedures.
A federal judge preliminarily approved a class action settlement Jan.
This post was updated Dec. 6 at 8:59 p.m.
UCLA’s updated COVID-19 dashboard is helpful for the UCLA community but could include more information, students and faculty said.
This post was updated Nov. 29 at 6:20 p.m.
UCLA’s new tuition accommodation for nonresident doctoral students will address international students’ financial concerns, some graduate students said.
Student activists are calling to end campus police and to redistribute resources to communities harmed by police violence.
No UCPD Coalition, a student-led movement, is advocating for abolishing police departments due to over-policing of people of color, said Andrew Guerrero, the coalition’s co-founder.
Budget cuts from the university have forced several campus programs that help marginalized communities at UCLA to restructure or dissolve after.
Since February, UCLA has cut funding to a program that supports student activists and a program that provides tutoring to front-line workers.
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