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April 17, 2024 6:47 p.m.
CalTeach program lets STEM students explore teaching careers, earn credentials

CalTeach student Brandon Nguyen gives a lesson to students in Sara Linerio’s classroom at Sylmar Charter High School. The UC-wide program was created to encourage undergraduates in STEM to enter K-12 education careers. (Courtesy of Sara Linerio)

Growing up, education just never seemed to click for Daria Rego.
“I’ve always had a hard time connecting with education,” Rego said. “For a while, I thought I might not even be able to go through a traditional education pathway and might not even be able to go to college.”
Now, the fourth-year biochemistry transfer student is part of UCLA’s CalTeach program on the way to becoming a teacher.

By Hayley Prinstein


April 14, 2024 7:35 p.m.
A partial eclipse of the heart: Rare phenomenon allows Bruins to unite

On any regular day, students rushing around campus look where they’re going or downward at their phones. But on Monday morning, everyone stood still and looked up – boxy glasses precariously perched on noses – to catch a glimpse of the partial solar eclipse.

By Lyah Fitzpatrick

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