Growing up as a disabled person knowing no other disabled people, I looked to my local children’s theater group as a refuge. This was my community – an accepting, inclusive, artistic one that didn’t care that I was disabled.
This post was updated Nov. 29 at 9:45 a.m.
The experiences of urban Indigenous communities remain understudied and misunderstood. I want to tell the story about the importance of Indigenous women in postwar Detroit.
Alexandra Kaiser’s column “Opinion: Limiting technology in the classroom stunts academic growth” brought up many valid points on how professors and students at UCLA feel about laptop policies in the classroom.
This post was updated Oct. 27 at 11:10 p.m.
This fall, UCLA launched an interdisciplinary data science initiative named DataX. Motivated by “the ever-expanding role of data in society” and backed by a $10 million seed investment, DataX will “expand opportunities for students across the disciplines,” including the creation of “interdisciplinary DataX cluster courses … accessible to students without extensive technical backgrounds.” Once the seed money runs out, the long-term success of interdisciplinary curricula initiatives like DataX depends on having a university budget model that supports interdisciplinarity.
This post was updated Oct. 24 at 9:40 p.m.
Editor’s note: the following op-ed contains a graphic description of sexual assault, which could be disturbing to some readers.
In the case of an unexpected natural disaster, there is no question that practice and preparation can save lives. Thinking through an action plan in advance helps you stay more calm and focused when the real event occurs – and in Southern California, it is critical for all of us to be prepared for a number of possibilities, including earthquakes.
UCLA lecturers will be holding an informational picket at Meyerhoff Park, UCLA’s free speech lawn, next to Bruin Walk on Wednesday and Thursday. The topic is the working conditions of teaching faculty who have been out of contract for the better part of the last two years.
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