Young Hall, which houses the chemistry and biochemistry departments, is pictured. Students in STEM fields should take a required communication class. (Daily Bruin file photo)
As the public increasingly relies on scientists for counsel on global issues such as climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic, scientists must be prepared to respond to that need amid the rising tide of misinformation.
I would say that I’m a goal-oriented person.
As a kid, I navigated life through tunnel vision, seeking clarity in my pursuits. Back then, the world looked linear, and life felt predictable.
This post was updated Jan. 26 at 9:41 p.m.
Editor’s note: This article contains mentions of eating disorders that may be upsetting for some readers.
This February will mark my third anniversary of recovering from an eating disorder that came weeks away from taking my life.
The swift 10-week transition from high school graduate to integrated college student has felt like a lifetime to me.
Although it was only a quarter ago, I still remember the excitement of leaving the homogeneous, quiet suburbs to live in the bustling city of Los Angeles.
On the ninth hole of a local golf tournament, my playing partner made an unprompted comment about humanity’s good nature.
“Most people aren’t racist,” he confidently noted.
This post was updated Dec. 2 at 3:58 p.m.
Last year, I watched “The Graduate” for a class about America in the 1960s. It was a movie I’d been wanting to see for years, but somehow I’d never gotten around to it.
It’s been two weeks since the beginning of the University of California academic workers’ strike for labor rights. From nearly every corner of campus, one can hear picketers over megaphones chanting slogans such as “Shut it down!”
I learned quite a few things during my week following the strike around campus and springing out of bushes to pepper groups of strikers with questions.
searching for more articles...
PART-TIME FAMILY ASSISTANT POSITION AVAILABLE Beverly Hills Entertainment Family seeking a smart on their feet Jr. or Sr college student to assist a busy home office. Position occasionally interfaces with the familyâs production office staff, however, your office is on the go and in the personal home. Requirements include experience working as a nanny/personal assistant, knowledge of MAC & Excel, strong phone presence and MUST be a current student or recent college graduate. Attributes should include getting along well with people and presenting well. Must have excellent driving record and experience with teenagers. While this is not a nanny position there are responsibilities assisting two well-mannered, easy-going older teens. $25 per hour for a flexible weekly and weekend schedule. 15 – 20 hours per week required. Please send your resume and note of interest to: [email protected]
Writing / Editing/ Tutorial Personal Statements, Dissertations, Theses. LSAT, MCAT, GRE, GMAT, TOEFL Verbal Test Prep. UC Writing Professor & Pro Leave voicemail 310-310-0583