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Definitely recommend taking this class! You get assigned a Holocaust survivor to speak to for four sessions. The other classes are spent discussing with the other students in the class. The grade is 60% attendance, 10% introduction letter, and 30% for writing a letter to a future UCLA student about the experience. It is only an hour once a week and they serve food after the sessions with the survivors. It is a really meaningful and unique opportunity!
If you have the chance to take this class definitely go for it! You have four meetings with a survivor of the Holocaust and you are given the chance to ask questions and learn from them. It's an incredibly meaningful class, even when it's online. It's pass/no pass, and there is a three paged, double spaced reflection due finals week, so not a hard class by any means. I loved this class, definitely take it if you can.
By far my favorite class at UCLA. It is a fiat lux, where you interview survivors of the Holocaust every week and then you write a short paper with a partner about their story. There are no lectures, all you do is sit at a table and hear an amazing story and get to ask questions. They serve you food and it is only once a week for an hour. You can only take it as a freshmen, but the professor made exceptions if you need one more unit to graduate. The most eye-opening experience at UCLA. Class is at the Hillel off campus though! The professor was amazing and has been teaching this class for a long time and passionate about how the class can transform students.