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(Daily Bruin/Alice Lu)

Women-only ride-hailing services not on the map for the future, report says

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A UCLA researcher said women-only ride-hailing services may make ride-hailing safer for women, but may not be economically feasible. Christopher Tang, a distinguished professor at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, co-authored a report this month discussing the political and economic concerns associated with women-only ride-hailing services.



Sophomore guard Jaylen Hands said he has noticed a few bad trends plaguing UCLA men's basketball in recent weeks. Hands highlighted the Bruins' inability to regain momentum from their opponents as the main issue. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

Men’s basketball to play Sun Devils Thursday, hoping to extend home win streak to 3

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The Bruins have reached a pivotal point in their conference schedule. Coming off back-to-back losses this past week, UCLA men’s basketball (10-8, 3-2 Pac-12) will return home Thursday night for the first time in nearly three weeks to host Arizona State (13-5, 4-2) – the third-place team in the Pac-12.


USAC scholarship attempts to tackle textbook affordability issues

The Undergraduate Students Association Council Financial Supports Commission gave 40 students scholarships in the form of $50 gift cards to help pay for textbooks. Over 130 students applied. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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Alex Saucedo said he sometimes had to choose between being able to purchase the required textbooks for his classes and having food to eat for the day.


Five former Bruins set to run for upcoming Assembly District 54 delegate election

(Left to right) Andrew Lewis, Lindsay Carlson, David Bocarlsy and Naomi Goldman are all UCLA alumni running for the running for Assembly District 54 delegate positions with the California Democratic Party. (Daily Bruin staff)
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Five UCLA alumni are running for Assembly District 54 delegate positions with the California Democratic Party. Andrew Lewis, Lindsay Carlson, Isaac Bryan, Naomi Goldman and David Bocarsly are all candidates on the Grassroots Progressives slate, which endorses nine other candidates.


Editorial: USAC’s poor outreach results in overdependence on student attendance


Development of haptic sensors allows for physical feedback in robotic surgery


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The Quad: Looking back at when the slasher films of the ’80s crept onto UCLA’s campus

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In 1974, a group of novice filmmakers – some of whom were students at the University of Texas at Austin – finished working on a film about a masked cannibal stalking a group of five teens.

The Quad: Difficulty behind maintaining New Year’s resolutions, why they can fail

Week two: Gymnastics scores double 10s, student advisor position debated

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Gallery: UCLA gymnastics leaps past ASU for their highest-scoring meet this season


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Federal report urges colleges to better advertise food assistance programs

The U.S. Government Accountability Office recommended that federal agencies better publicize food assistance programs in order to combat food insecurity on college campuses in a... Read more »


Harvard professor lectures at UCLA on implications of subconscious biases


Large tree falls down in front of Ackerman Union


UC Regents recap – Jan. 17


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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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Westwood Village parking meters currently generate about $1.5 million in revenue, all of which goes to the City of Los Angeles. The Village is in the process of gaining approval to participate in a pilot parking revenue program that would give 15 percent of this revenue to the Westwood Village Improvement Association. What do you think about this? Submit View results without voting »