In front of the background of Murphy Hall, where the UCLA Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion of Civil Rights is located, the words to the Title IX clause are shown. A Daily Bruin investigation has revealed various problems, such as lack of communication and transparency, that students who have worked with the office face. (Christine Kao/Daily Bruin staff)
This post was updated Aug. 20 at 9:48 p.m.
In July 2018, Emily Martin filed an official complaint with UCLA’s Title IX office, alleging harassment by a superior.
After months of anticipation, the time for UCLA club badminton’s first meet of the 2022-2023 season had finally come – but their plan soon hit a fatal snag.
This post was updated May 9 at 4:18 p.m.
The Geffen Academy at UCLA for years touted its state-of-the-art makerspace. But behind closed doors, the program was rife with safety violations that endangered the academy’s teenage pupils, according to students, faculty and public records.
Hundreds of thousands of student fee dollars go unspent each year as a campus sustainability fund amasses a substantial surplus, according to a Daily Bruin financial analysis.
Multiple students and recent graduates have come forward with allegations about unsafe living conditions in UCLA-owned housing following a Daily Bruin investigation into the university apartment building Westwood Chateau.
First, water started leaking from her kitchen ceiling. Then the coughing began.
Jaclyn Schwartz moved into Westwood Chateau, a UCLA-owned apartment, in September. The fourth-year biology student said she was excited to live near campus, but before the quarter was even halfway through, problems arose.
This post was updated Feb. 9 at 6:50 p.m.
Editor’s note: The Daily Bruin updated the art for this story. The previous version of art contained an illustration of Christian Secor, which The Bruin decided should not be circulated.
Every eight years, the UCLA Academic Senate reviews each department’s quality of education. The 2019-20 review of the Film, Television and Digital Media department in TFT, which offers UCLA’s undergraduate and graduate film programs, revealed patterns of administrative neglect.
This post was last updated Jan. 20 at 2:23 p.m. to clarify the meaning of the word “transient” in the accompanying graphic.
UCLA Housing Safety dispatched student workers into dangerous situations, ignored workers’ complaints and delayed paychecks, former employees said.
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