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Club Name: Associated Students UCLA Summary: Welcome to the Associated Students UCLA! We’re the biggest and best student association in the nation because we’re made up of students like you! ASUCLA is multi-faceted and unique – it is student run from top to bottom and encompasses student government, student media, the UCLA Store, UCLA Restaurants and more in addition to being the home of a vibrant Student Union in two beautiful campus buildings, Kerckhoff Hall and Ackerman Union. Talk to staff and students live and then dive in the ways to get involved as a UCLA Student! Website: https://asucla.ucla.edu/summer-from-the-union/ Social Media: https://www.instagram.com/asucla Zoom Link: https://ucla.zoom.us/j/99285722821?pwd=NTJka2FsSDJyVmhjdGVEMFpmdnV5UT09 First Year Meet & Greet Time: 7-9 Transfer Meet & Greet Time: 12-2
Club Name: Al-Talib Newsmagazine
Club Summary: Al-Talib provides an independent perspective on issues important to Muslim communities. Targeting a college-age audience at UCLA, we seek to create an outlet for activism and creativity on and off campus, a platform for representation of all facets of the Muslim-American communities and a safe space for sensitive topics. We believe that this sort of dialogue is necessary in order for our community to appreciate and celebrate its diversity.
Club Summary: Founded in 1919, BruinLife is the most historical, all-inclusive (and second-largest) publication on campus. BruinLife is composed of:
BruinLife Online Magazine/Blog
BruinLife Photo Studio
BruinLife, and its predecessor Southern Campus, have a unique historical and official status at UCLA. With both BruinLife yearbook and Bruin Life Magazine, our main responsibility is the dissemination of news, information, and opinion of value or interest to its audience. We strive to give the UCLA campus, an accurate reflection of the school year thru photos and stories about your every day Bruin.
The Bruin Life staff consists of over 70 staffers across 6 departments:
Club Name: Community Service Commission (CSC) Club Summary: Welcome new Bruins! As the community service focused office of UCLA student government (USAC), CSC serves both as an umbrella organization for 33 student-run service projects, and a center for the service efforts of the campus community, using large-scale service programming, and advocacy & awareness initiatives to engage UCLA students in service. This makes the Commission the largest completely student-run, student-initiated community service organization in the nation. Our overall mission is to better the Los Angeles & global community with both direct service and advocacy, and to educate and inspire fellow students to do the same. Website: http://uclacsc.org Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/uclacsc/https://twitter.com/uclacsc?s=20https://www.instagram.com/uclacsc/ Organization Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Zoom Link: https://ucla.zoom.us/j/91255707329 First Year Meet & Greet Time: 7-9 Transfer Meet & Greet Time: 12-2
Club Name: FEM Newsmagazine
Club Summary: FEM, UCLAs feminist newsmagazine since 1973, is dedicated to the empowerment of all people, the recognition of gender diversity, the dismantling of systems of oppression, and the application of intersectional feminist ideology for the liberation of all peoples. FEM operates within an anti-capitalist, anti-imperialist, anti-racist framework. Our organization seeks to challenge oppression based on sexuality, gender, race, class, ability, religion, and other hegemonic power structures. We create a wide range of compassionate multimedia content that recenters narratives often rejected or ignored within mainstream media. Beyond journalism, FEM engages in actionable praxes by building coalitions with other campus and community members.
Club Summary: Ha’Am has been the official student-run Jewish newsmagazine at UCLA since 1972. We are a hybrid, online and print publication that aims to inform both the UCLA student body and the larger Los Angeles community of Jewish happenings and opinions on campus. Our team strives to uphold Jewish values and to instill within our ranks journalistic integrity of the highest order. Together, we engage and grapple with our tradition in the hopes of enriching our diverse experiences.
Club Summary: The Student Wellness Commission was added to UCLA’s Undergraduate Student Association council in 1964 to focus on health education, student advocacy, and holistic well being. With 12 committees, SWC covers a wide range of important topics such as sexual health, physical wellness, and mental illness. Our programs range from health symposiums to Bruin Plaza fairs to an annual 5K race, and we proactively push for actionable change on this campus.
Club Name: Student Wellness Commission (SWC) Internship Program
Club Summary: The Student Wellness Commission was added to UCLA’s Undergraduate Student Association council in 1964 to focus on health education, student advocacy, and holistic well being. With 12 committees, SWC covers a wide range of important topics such as sexual health, physical wellness, and mental illness. The SWC fellowship program is designed to provide interns with a more holistic and comprehensive understanding of the Student Wellness Commission and to prepare them for future leadership positions within SWC. The SWC interns will work closely with SWC’s Executive Board members to learn about the internal structure of SWC and SWC as a whole.
Club Summary: As part of the Student Wellness Commission, the BruiNecessities Committee supports UCLA by raising awareness to basic resources available on campus. We have worked towards offering free menstrual hygiene products, dental screenings, and more at UCLA! Our purpose is not to portray ourselves as the sole organization that addresses basic needs, but to support and advocate for the many organizations that address basic needs on campus who have existed on campus far before us.
Club Summary: The Daily Bruin is UCLA’s main campus newspaper and one of the largest organizations on campus. We aim to serve the public by raising awareness on important campus issues, events and trends through digital and print journalism year-round.
Club Summary: We are the publishers of the Daily Bruin, Bruin Life yearbook, UCLA Radio, and seven community-oriented newsmagazines titled Ha’Am, La Gente, Nommo, Pacific Ties, OutWrite, FEM, and Al-Talib.
Social Media: Various (each publication has its own)
Organization Email: Various (each publication has its own)
Zoom Link: TBD
First Year Meet & Greet Time: 7-9
Transfer Meet & Greet Time: 12-2
Club Name: USAC Office of the President (Student Body President’s Office)
Club Summary: The USAC Office of the President is the Office of the Student Body President of UCLA. Our role on campus varies year to year depending on the campus climate and students’ needs but we are primarily dedicated to serving students in a variety of ways by addressing basic needs, affordability, community representation, educational inequities, and accountability. We are excited to meet you all and hope you find a place somewhere with our student government offices.
Club Name: USAC Office of the External Vice President
Club Summary: The External Vice President is one of fifteen positions on the UCLA Undergraduate Students Association Council (USAC), which represents the 30,000+ Bruins that make-up our undergraduate student body. The Office of the EVP is specifically tasked with advocacy on behalf of undergraduate students at the UC-wide, local, state, and federal levels. In the past, we have (successfully) fought for tuition freezes, championed civic engagement, and lobbied on issues ranging from mental health resources to immigration reform.
Club Summary: We are a sexual education organization through SWC! We promote and teach about consent, communication, pleasure, and sexual-health. We hold workshops on campus, special events, and educational series on social media.
Social Media: @UCLASexperts (instagram), Sexperts at UCLA (Facebook)
Club Name: Undergraduate Students Associated Council
Club Summary: USAC is UCLA’s student government organization. With 15 different offices, we cover many aspects of the student experience, working to represent the student body and improve campus for all. Come visit us to get involved and to learn more!
Club Name: USAC Office of the Internal Vice President
Club Summary: The USAC office of the Internal Vice President serves as the executive liaison between students, student organizations, USAC, and administration! We work to ensure all Bruins are safe, connected, and empowered.