This post was updated Jan. 24 at 2:31 p.m.
Members of the Undergraduate Students Association Council spoke with The Bruin about how much of their platforms they accomplished in summer and fall.
Amrik Johal spoke Punjabi growing up, but he never learned how to read or write in the language.
“Many of us could speak Punjabi at home, but there’s very few who understand how to read and write,” said Johal, an education graduate student.
This post was updated Jan. 24 at 6:48 p.m.
The grand finale of Alexa Kinoshita’s two-year journey at UCLA will be on Zoom.
Kinoshita, a fourth-year transfer sociology student, had less than two quarters to experience campus life before the COVID-19 pandemic caused universities across the world – including UCLA – to shutter in-person instruction and start remote learning.
This post was updated Jan. 24 at 6:56 p.m.
UCLA plans to offer remote classes during summer sessions and will likely reopen campus but not offer triple-occupancy housing in the fall, a university administrator said at a meeting with graduate students Wednesday.
Nurses at UCLA are protesting a decision that could give them a higher number of patients at UCLA hospitals.
California state law requires hospitals to maintain nurse-to-patient ratios to improve patient safety outcomes by preventing issues that can arise from staffing shortages and nurses’ overextension when caring for multiple patients.
President Joe Biden’s nomination of Miguel Cardona to be the next secretary of education is a promising choice, UCLA faculty and students said.
Cardona previously taught as a fourth-grade teacher and is currently Connecticut’s commissioner of education.
The second impeachment of former President Donald Trump shows the United States needs to formalize constitutional norms, establish checks on executive power and address divisions in the country, UCLA faculty said.
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