The American education system is working to make colleges and universities more equitable by becoming minority-serving institutions, which aim to serve specific minority groups with various resources and opportunities.
This post was updated Nov. 7 at 8:22 p.m.
On January 17, 1994, the 6.7 magnitude Northridge earthquake struck Los Angeles. Over 9,000 people were injured as over 112,000 structures were damaged, including water, heating and communications systems.
Between classes, clinical volunteering and personal hobbies, pre-health Bruins may have plenty to consider when crafting a well-rounded application for graduate school.
Nowadays, research is often a requirement for students to be competitive for graduate and medical school applications.
As senior Bruins juggle upcoming job opportunities and graduate offers, they may feel anywhere from elation to fear with graduation around the corner. For some international Bruins, the prospect of graduation and the uncertainty that follows may be especially daunting.
After numerous quarters of hard work, senior Bruins prepare themselves for a moment that has been culminating since their first year: graduation. But with UCLA’s plethora of departments, programs and communities, there are also various different types of graduation ceremonies students may choose to attend.
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.
Research opportunities for undergraduate students are present in every corner of UCLA’s campus, from Dodd Hall to Engineering IV. However, despite the glowing amount of opportunities, landing a desired, worthwhile research assistant position as an undergraduate STEM student is not easy.
As Bruins move along in their college career, properly looking after one’s health is an important responsibility. Whether it is one’s own or campus-provided insurance, students reflect on their insurance usage throughout the school year.
This post was updated Feb. 14 at 8:25 p.m.
Graduate student teaching assistants across the University of California participated in the largest strike of university academic employees in United States history in November.
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