Wednesday, January 18

Alumnus Dallas King had to interpret movies for his mother when she took him to movie theaters as a child. He explained the movies to her scene by scene because of her blindness. (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Alumnus Dallas King had to interpret movies for his mother when she took him to movie theaters as a child. He explained the movies to her scene by scene because of her blindness. (Emaan Baqai/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Alum transforms film-narrating experience into creative passion


When Dallas King’s mother brought him to the movie theaters as a child, he was tasked with more than just finding the right seat and the right-sized popcorn.

Breaking down Trump’s foreign policy positions and endeavors


The president serves as the public face of the country in foreign affairs. He leads negotiations on treaties and trade deals, deciding when to deploy the military and taking sides in international conflicts.

CAPS sees 17 percent increase in student demand during fall quarter

Counseling and Psychological Services experienced a 17 percent increase during fall quarter in requests for brief screenings. (Daily Bruin file photo)

About 17 percent more students requested brief screenings to receive counseling or treatment at the Counseling and Psychological Services last quarter. An average of 156 new CAPS users requested brief screenings every week, said CAPS Executive Director Nicole Green.

History professor Piterberg reports receiving threatening phone call


A UCLA professor accused of sexual harassment reported receiving a threatening telephone call last week. According to a university police log, history professor Gabriel Piterberg reported receiving an annoying, obscene or threatening phone call to police on Jan.

Dorm Dining: Despite overflow setback, rice cooker curry successful

Aaron Julian: Students should turn to protest methodology aimed at reducing chasm

Quad Questions: Tracking UCLA students’ New Year’s resolutions

The Quad checks in with some students and their New Year’s resolutions. (Creative Commons photo courtesy of Snufkin)

Every new year brings with it the chance to leave certain things behind and start afresh – to reflect on our behavior during the past year and make decisions to try to change, retain or let go of things in the coming year.

The Quad: Attending a taping of ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’

Coffee Cultured: Trying different coffee chains’ cold brew



Fashion Friday: Week 1, Winter 2017


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Counselors from Peace Over Violence will advise callers to the sexual harassment hotline how to safely handle confrontations. (Daily Bruin file photo)

LA Metro launches new hotline to reduce harassment on trains, buses

Los Angeles Metro launched a 24/7 hotline Jan. 11 for passengers to report sexual harassment on its trains and buses.Counselors from Peace Over Violence, a... Read more »

USAC Recap – Jan. 17

Williams Institute to focus research on LGBTQ discrimination

BruinBus adds three new stops to routes, more access to Westwood


(Kelly Brennan/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Jasmine Aquino: Students compelled to engage and act locally are hope for political change

College students have always been anxious about going out into "the real world." But it's especially scary now that President-elect Donald Trump will be leading... Read more »

Editorial Cartoon: Don’t get me started

Editorial Cartoon: Castro ha muerto

Editorial Cartoon: 2016 Deaths

give a man a fish

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Radio reporter Jonaki Mehta, photographer Sonja Bartlett and an external translator, Ravindranath Chandran, spent nine days in Vadamanappakkam covering the progress and effectiveness of Project RISHI’s initiatives and exploring the complexities of this rural village and its residents. This project was made possible by the Bridget O’Brien Scholarship Foundation, which has funded UCLA’s student journalists for eight years to cover stories of a global reach and local impact.

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