The Math Sciences Building, which houses the Department of Mathematics, is pictured. Students are petitioning the department to renew the contract of Richard Wong, an assistant adjunct professor. (Mia Tavares/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Few North Campus students are ever seen in a math classroom. Even fewer enjoy taking math classes so much that they start attending them for fun.
Students sang and danced at the Afrikan Diaspora Living Learning Community’s annual Black Extravaganza on Wednesday.
The event, which took place in the Covel Commons Grand Horizon room, featured spoken word poetry, rap, singing and dancing, according to the event’s website.
First To Go hosted events at First-Generation Awareness Week last week on campus.
A first-generation student’s parents or guardians do not have a four-year bachelor’s degree from a United States university, according to the definition used on the First To Go website.
Jasper Kok, a professor of atmospheric and oceanic sciences, sat down with the Daily Bruin to discuss his work on aerosols, particularly dust and dust storms, and how they manifest in climate patterns.
This post was updated Feb. 27 at 8:52 p.m.
YEP! at UCLA is committed to fostering the leaders of tomorrow through education and empowerment.
The student-run organization – which hosts chapters at other universities including Brown University, Yale University, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara and the University of New South Wales in Sydney – provides underserved students with a free entrepreneurship curriculum, according to the group’s website.
Residents living in classic residence halls on the Hill have raised concerns regarding cleanliness in communal bathrooms.
Across the Hill’s four classic halls – Dykstra, Sproul, Rieber and Hedrick – each floor has a separate men’s and women’s bathroom for all residents of the floor to share.
A new UCLA club is aiming to start a new chapter in examining patient care.
Founded in August, (Re)Defining Health studies medical humanities by discussing texts written by medical practitioners and patients to provide a comprehensive and complex view of healthcare, said its internal director Sophia Zhao.
The Afrikan Diaspora Living Learning Community provides a supportive space for students exploring the African Diaspora, but, in some ways, frustrates its current residents and represents their larger concerns with the university.
Post updated Feb. 25 at 10:56 p.m.
A little after 8 a.m. on Feb. 13, Andrew Greenberg was taking his Chemistry 14CL midterm when he, along with more than 200 other students taking the exam, heard a scream.
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