Sunday, December 8

First-year biochemistry student Gina Min received a Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II as a Christmas gift one year, which inspired her to document her daily life in YouTube videos. Her channel rose in popularity after she released a video documenting her college decisions, and Min said viewers generally tend to enjoy college-centric videos. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

First-year biochemistry student Gina Min received a Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II as a Christmas gift one year, which inspired her to document her daily life in YouTube videos. Her channel rose in popularity after she released a video documenting her college decisions, and Min said viewers generally tend to enjoy college-centric videos. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

First-year student gains YouTube following after posting college-related content

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Gina Min said she wants to remember life’s beautiful moments – in the process, she’s gained 12,700 subscribers. The first-year biochemistry student started her YouTube channel three years ago as a way to record her life.



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Alumnus Kal Penn’s show shines light on the ‘Sunnyside’ of immigrant experiences

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This post was updated Dec. 5 at 3:19 p.m. NBC’s “Sunnyside” is just as diverse as the real Sunnyside in Queens. Featuring a cast and writers’ room primarily made up of immigrants, “Sunnyside” was co-created by UCLA alumnus Kal Penn.


Women’s soccer unable to survive Stanford, knocked out in NCAA semifinals

Redshirt senior forward Chloe Castaneda scored the only goal for No. 2 seed UCLA women's soccer in its loss to No. 1 seed Stanford in the semifinals of the NCAA Division I College Cup. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)
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This post was updated Dec. 6 at 9:48 p.m. SAN JOSE, Calif. — For the second time in three years, the Cardinal sent the Bruins home from the College Cup empty-handed.


UCLA Dining uses food waste audits to aid in sustainability mission, awareness

The UCLA Sustainability Committee, founded in 2004 to increase environmental sustainability on campus, has been auditing the food waste created by residential dining halls for the current and past academic years. Students turning in their dishes waited to have their leftover food weighed and recorded by volunteers during audits Nov. 18 and Nov. 20 at the De Neve and Feast at Reiber dining halls. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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On a November day in Feast at Rieber, students bearing nearly empty plates to the dish drop-off to be washed instead waited their turn to have their leftover food weighed.


Editorial: UCLA must use its resources to amend cold treatment of students who are homeless


Student leaders call for revision of UC Board of Regents sexual misconduct policy


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This Week in the News serves as The Quad’s space for reflection on current events at and around UCLA. Every week, Daily Bruin staffers will analyze some of the most significant stories to keep readers up to speed.

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UC’s affiliation with Dignity Health unfairly places restrictions on health care

Separation of church and state has long shaped the relationships of public institutions. And despite its recent collaborations, the University of California is not exempt.Currently,... Read more »


Editorial Cartoon: Common ground


Editorial: USAC’s hasty change of bylaw reveals lack of oversight


Editorial: The UC should cite climate change in its divestment of fossil fuels


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The current contract for the Los Alamos National Laboratory expires in September 2018, and the UC, which has been involved in the management of the lab since its inception in varying capacities, submitted a bid last year to manage the lab.

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