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A Closer Look

Jul 6, 2020 9:32 pm
Front Lines Tutoring helps health care workers’ children adjust to pandemic learning

Mackenzie Lowenstein, a recent graduate in psychobiology, founded Front Lines Tutoring after seeing how students in high school and below were affected by the transition to online classes – especially the children of health care workers. (Sakshi Joglekar/Daily Bruin)

A UCLA student-run volunteer program provides health care workers fighting the COVID-19 pandemic with tutoring services for their children.
Front Lines Tutoring, a UCLA student-run volunteer initiative started in April, aims to give back to health care workers battling the pandemic by providing tutoring services to their children over Zoom.

By Irene Zhou

A Closer Look

Jul 6, 2020 8:12 pm
Janss brothers’ history of discrimination prompts call for changing name of steps

A petition to rename Janss Steps received over 2,000 signatures as of July 6.
The petition states that UCLA should rename the steps after an alumnus who changed the world for the better, rather than someone who contributed to institutional racism.

By Kaitlin Browne

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