UCLA graduation held with no drama

Despite initial concerns that major protests could get in the way, UCLA was able to hold their commencement ceremonies without any major drama.

UCLA commencement ceremony held with no drama

Amid tension happening across the globe, in addition to multiple rounds of protests happening in Westwood, UCLA was able to pull off a drama-free graduation ceremony for its students.

UCLA graduation ceremonies begin

The largest of the commencement ceremonies will take place Friday in three installments for the College of Letters and Science, which includes the Division of Humanities, Division of Life Science, Division of Physical Sciences and Division of Social Sciences.

UCLA appoints its 1st Latino chancellor

Dr. Julio Frenk, president of the University of Miami, has been appointed as the next chancellor of UCLA, making history as the first Latino to lead the university.

UCLA braces for more potential protests

The UC Board of Regents will meet in a special session in Westwood Wednesday to consider the appointment of a new chancellor to oversee the campus that has been roiled in recent weeks by pro-Palestine protests.

Pro-Palestinian protests return to UCLA

Protesters began erecting tents on the plaza, and at one point stood in formation at the top of the Janss Steps that lead into the plaza to prevent people from entering. Some makeshift barricades were also assembled, and protesters also dyed the water in a plaza fountain red.

Jewish students sue UCLA over pro-Palestinian encampment

Three Jewish students filed a lawsuit alleging that their civil rights were violated when UCLA allowed "antisemitic activists" to bar them and other students from going to their classes, offices and the library during pro-Palestinian demonstrations in April and May.