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As another quarter comes to a close, the application process for certain majors and minors draws nearer for numerous Bruins.
With upward of 125 majors offered at UCLA through the College of Letters and Science, the Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science and other professional schools, students have abundant academic routes to explore.
The American education system is working to make colleges and universities more equitable by becoming minority-serving institutions, which aim to serve specific minority groups with various resources and opportunities.
MyUCLA is a bookmarked website on many Bruins’ computers. It houses a multitude of essential functions and information for students, including planning and enrolling in classes, paying for school and generating degree progress reports.
When Japan announced plans to release wastewater stored at the deactivated Fukushima power plant into the ocean over the summer, various countries such as China and South Korea reacted with concern and animosity.
This post was updated Nov. 14 at 10:59 p.m.
When the International Cricket Council visited the United States in 2015, it opened a Pandora’s box.
The visit brought forth a hidden abyss of debt and inefficiency, according to ICC CEO David Richardson.
This post was updated Nov. 7 at 8:47 p.m.
Since coming into office in 2021, President Joe Biden has worked to lower the cost of health care, including the cost of prescription drugs, in the United States through policy such as the Inflation Reduction Act.
This post was updated Nov. 7 at 8:22 p.m.
On January 17, 1994, the 6.7 magnitude Northridge earthquake struck Los Angeles. Over 9,000 people were injured as over 112,000 structures were damaged, including water, heating and communications systems.
The consumer industry has been facing a dilemma as the trend of second-hand clothes shopping grows in popularity.
One of the latest movements in fashion has turned customers toward thrifting – or shopping for used goods at second-hand stores – and away from fast fashion clothing that is mass-produced at a rapid rate to keep up with trends.
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