Monday, February 27

Senior lecturer Sheridon Stokes began teaching at UCLA in 1972 and will retire this year after 45 years. On Monday, students and faculty performing in the Annual Woodwind Faculty Concert will honor his career as a film flutist. (Esmeralda Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Senior lecturer Sheridon Stokes began teaching at UCLA in 1972 and will retire this year after 45 years. On Monday, students and faculty performing in the Annual Woodwind Faculty Concert will honor his career as a film flutist. (Esmeralda Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Concert to honor musical, teaching legacy of flutist Sheridon Stokes

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Flutist Sheridon Stokes has performed in every Annual Woodwind Faculty Concert since 1972, except for in 2008. That year, he was performing for the Academy Awards instead.



Ashley Dittmar from Project Concern International spoke about the effects of world hunger to those gathered for the fasting event, which was intended to raise awareness and show solidarity for those suffering from hunger worldwide. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

Project Concern International holds fast to raise awareness for global hunger

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A group of students fasted in solidarity with hungry peoples around the world at an event on the Hill on Sunday. The event “Go Hungry for the Hungry” was co-sponsored by the UCLA branch of Project Concern International and UCLA Residential Life.


UCLA Extension to open new location in San Fernando Valley area

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UCLA Extension students will soon be able to enroll in spring classes at a new location in Woodland Hills. The Woodland Hills building will have 12 classrooms at the Warner Center on Oxnard Street, said Wayne Smutz, dean of continuing education and UCLA Extension.


Assembly Bill 1887 affects UCLA travel to states with discriminatory laws

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A new state law that prohibits the use of state funds for travel to states with anti-LGBT laws has affected plans for academic conferences, collaboration and athletic games at public universities.


Editorial: ASUCLA should lease newly vacant space to essential student services


Album review: ‘FUTURE,’ ‘HNDRXX’


The Quad: Brief overview of historic movie theaters in Westwood

The iconic Regency Village Theater is perhaps the best known landmark in Westwood Village. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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It was during ninth week of this past fall quarter that I noticed, while making one of my essential Diddy Riese runs, for the first time, that Broxton Avenue had been cordoned off for a movie premiere.

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UCLA alum brings ‘Moana’ ocean to life


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Gallery: No. 5 UCLA men’s basketball beats No. 4 Arizona 77-72


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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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