January
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Transfer students gathered to discuss their backgrounds at the Toast to Transfers Mixer during UCLA Transfer Pride Week. (Zachary Micheli/Daily Bruin)

Transfer Pride Week seeks to integrate students into UCLA community

Students in semiformal attire mingled under the soft, warm glow of chandelier lights Wednesday night as part of the Toast to Transfers Mixer. Jointly organized by the Bruin Resource Center and the Undergraduate Students Association Council Office of the Transfer Student Representative, UCLA Transfer Pride Week included a series of events intended to address transfer student issues, celebrate transfer students and help build community among them. More »

LET’S ACT! slate opens candidate applications to all students

The LET’S ACT! slate opened its candidate application process Sunday to all students interested in running for undergraduate student government positions. The change comes less than a week after the Bruins United slate opened its candidate application process to all students for the first time. More »

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New club Bruin App Builders facilitates networking among students New club Bruin App Builders facilitates networking among students

Will Gu tried out a handful of clubs on campus, but thought they were too impersonal for him. Rather than only coming to meetings to listen to a speaker, the second-year undeclared student wanted to work on developing connections with his peers. More »

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Movie review: “Girlhood”

“Girlhood”Directed by Céline SciammaStrand Releasing4.0 / 5.0 paws Unlike a certain boy-equivalent film of recent popularity, “Girlhood” doesn’t feel revolutionary or universal. The Parisian ghettos are far more corrupting than the middle-class suburbs of “Boyhood,” but it’s not just the environments that set the two apart: it’s how the films’ susceptible characters thrive in them. More »

Wake of the Storm

Read our feature series about recovery efforts in the Philippines, which was devastated by a super typhoon last November. UCLA student donations played a part in the relief missions of several aid agencies in the wake of the storm. The Daily Bruin spent 19 days in the Philippines talking to typhoon survivors and relief organizations. The reporting in the Philippines was made possible by the Bridget O’Brien Scholarship Foundation, which is in its seventh year of funding UCLA journalism with global reach and local impact.

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