Nearly $3 million is unaccounted for in UCLA’s student government

Representatives refuse to comment; two committees involved At the University of California, Los Angeles, nearly three million dollars in student fees used by two major student government organizations has gone unaccounted for in public records. About $9 million in yearly student fees goes to UCLA’s Undergraduate Students Association Council, divided among various organizations and programs.


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Author: Mukil Pari – UCLA

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