This post was updated July 2 at 7:41 p.m.
The Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center will undergo seismic reconstruction until January.
Construction at the Ashe Center will work to improve seismic resiliency, according to an April 28 press release.
Chloe Alviz had tried out multiple pre-health clubs during the start of her time at UCLA, but she struggled to find the right fit.
When searching for career resources, the fourth-year human biology and society student found the panels she attended through various pre-health clubs rarely represented her intended career as a genetic counselor, a job in which practitioners provide information about how genetic conditions may affect a patient and their family.
This post was updated June 5 at 12:11 a.m.
The UCLA Beckman Scholars Program selected two undergraduate researchers in May as the organization’s 2023-2024 scholars.
The scholarship – which is part of a national program funded by the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation – is awarded annually to two undergraduate researchers for an honors or departmental thesis project under the supervision of a UCLA Beckman faculty member.
A UCLA Department of Sociology study found a widening gap in excess deaths between the United States and Europe, with the U.S. having the highest rates.
UCLA pre-health clubs are reopening shadowing opportunities for students.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, pre-health students have had to navigate the challenge of gaining clinical experience with changing protocols surrounding COVID-19.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council approved a proposal to use surplus funding to help commuter students pay for on-campus parking permits.
The commuter aid proposal suggested by General Representative 2 Naomi Hammonds and passed on March 14 would cover $50 of commuter students’ parking passes, which are currently priced at $292.93 per quarter, using surplus funds.
The UCLA community expressed mixed feelings about the College Board’s revised curriculum for a new Advanced Placement African American Studies course.
The College Board announced its plan to create an AP African American Studies course in 2021, piloting the course in the 2022-2023 academic year.
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