Kerckhoff Hall, where the office of Student Organizations, Leadership & Engagement is based, is pictured. SOLE is involved in addressing allegations against professional fraternities on campus. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Pre-professional medical fraternity Phi Delta Epsilon has closed its UCLA chapter amid a university investigation.
The national fraternity, which has had a chapter on UCLA’s campus since 2004, closed its UCLA chapter after the opening of a university investigation into its activities, according to an emailed statement by Karen Katz, the fraternity’s CEO.
The Undergraduate Students Association Council passed a resolution calling on the UC to recognize November as Sikh Heritage Month.
The resolution, which passed unanimously Nov. 14, acknowledges the historical trauma and ongoing violence experienced by the Sikh community, as well as the community’s contributions in the state of California and beyond.
For many, listening to folk music is a fun pastime or interest. However, for distinguished professor of anthropology Paul Kroskrity, the songs have far more meaning when it comes to social movements.
This post was updated Dec. 3 at 10:16 p.m.
Every September, hundreds of anxious UCLA students gather in formal attire with the same goal in mind: to receive a bid to join a professional fraternity.
This post was updated Dec. 3 at 10:24 p.m.
The labor studies department launched a new residency program for labor movement leaders this fall.
The Labor Movement Fellows Program brings leaders and organizers from labor movements across the country to conduct research and lead guest lectures at UCLA.
This post was updated Nov. 30 at 9:43 p.m.
Editor’s note: This article contains strong language that The Bruin decided was necessary to demonstrate the severity of comments members made before the fraternity was dissolved.
This post was updated Nov. 30 at 9:29 p.m.
Nearly 100 students and community members gathered Wednesday for a “die-in” and demonstration to recognize Palestinian lives lost in recent violence in Gaza.
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