Saturday, October 21

(Courtesy of Tim Yu)

(Courtesy of Tim Yu)

Alumni develop app for college students to manage their finances


Tim Yu and Susie Kim spent $70 to buy tickets to a nightclub party hosted by Kim Kardashian in Las Vegas. They ended up arriving late and missing the party.

Shan Tambat, a mechanical engineering graduate student, will represent UCLA in the Campus DJ national championship, competing against DJs from four other universities. (Marley Maron/Daily Bruin)

Graduate student aspires to nationwide Campus DJ crown


Shan Tambat is trying to bring the Campus DJ crown back to UCLA. Three years after UCLA’s last win in the competition, the graduate mechanical engineering student will be playing in the Campus DJ national championship Saturday at the Lane Events Center in Eugene, Oregon.

Gov. Brown signs bill to waive first-year tuition at community colleges

Undergraduate Students Association Council Transfer Student Representative Sayron Stokes said she thinks the new law will encourage more people to enroll in community colleges. (Emma Skinner/Daily Bruin)

For first-generation college student Oscar Gaytan, community college was an affordable way to figure out what he was interested in and whether college was something he wanted to pursue.

Panelists discuss potential Westwood improvements at UCLA event

Donald Shoup, a distinguished research professor of urban planning, said Westwood could benefit from the policies of other cities, like looser parking restrictions for new businesses. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin)

Los Angeles experts and city officials said students should continue advocating for Westwood issues at a panel Thursday evening. The undergraduate student government office of the external vice president, the Graduate Students Association and Abundant Housing LA, a group that advocates for more housing, held “How Westwood got trapped in time (and what to do about it)” at the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

Editorial: UC Regents, students would benefit from detailed reports over letter grades

UCLA set to face strong defense in homecoming game against Oregon

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The Quad: Taking a look at the rise of fitness culture in Los Angeles

The John Wooden Center is one of two main gyms on campus, among many other recreation facilities. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The line for the chipotle chicken bowl at Bruin Plate seems to wrap around the building. The Bruin Fitness Center and John Wooden Center only get busier by the hour.

Throwback Thursday: The history of the UCLA-Stanford feud, featuring Daily Bruin Opinion

The Quad: Breaking down the admission statistics of the UCLA class of 2021




No Offense, But: Report cards

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Video: Student promotes sustainability through SoulFace apparel

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The Daily Bruin sent four staffers up the West Coast to uncover the kingdom of cannabis at the farms near the California-Oregon border. They spoke to students, farmers and business managers about the effects that Proposition 64 has had since it passed in November of last year.

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Opinion Poll

The Associated Students UCLA said it expects to lose over $1 million this fiscal year because of decreasing textbook sales and growing labor costs. ASUCLA’s directors intend to alleviate these losses by bringing in a variety of restaurants, such as Veggie Grill and Blaze Pizza, to the student union. What do you think about this? Submit View results without voting »