Tuesday, January 25

UCLA’s COVID-19 dashboard (pictured) displays vaccination rates and confirmed cases in the community. The university updated the site Thursday with more recent COVID-19 testing data, following weeks of delays related to COVID-19 test processing. (Patrick Shao/Daily Bruin)

UCLA updates COVID-19 dashboard with new data following weeks of delay

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UCLA updated its COVID-19 dashboard Thursday, after more than two weeks of delays in publishing time-sensitive test data. The website – which tracks the UCLA community’s vaccination rates and confirmed cases on and off campus – only displayed data through Dec.



Opinion: UCLA must better communicate housing policies amid return to campus

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In the midst of another massive spike in COVID-19 cases, UCLA somehow expects students to return to in-person instruction in one week. After UCLA’s first in-person quarter in more than a year, the university sent an email Dec.


Sundance 2022: Q&A: Lena Dunham talks sexual liberation, female sexuality in new film ‘Sharp Stick’

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Lena Dunham is back in the world of feature filmmaking with a film sharp enough to make a mark. The director’s first feature film in 11 years, “Sharp Stick” debuted in the Premieres category of the Sundance Film Festival.


LA Metro gathers community input on Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project

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The Los Angeles Metro held two public scoping meetings in January to gather public input on its Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project, which aims to create rapid transit options connecting the San Fernando Valley and the Westside.


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The Quad: Social media burnout can lead to negative mental health consequences for students

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With an influx of top models, influencers and peers portraying their “best selves” on social media, these online platforms can become more negative than positive. Social media burnout is a phenomenon that affects the most casual social media users, which begs the question: Is social media as casual as it seems?

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