Monday, July 24

UCLA and UC Merced students protested the arrests of several students at a Merced City Council Meeting on Monday night. Isa Bey, a UC Merced student, was arrested for battery on a police officer in a smoke shop in Merced. (Alexandra Del Rosario/Daily Bruin)

UCLA and UC Merced students protested the arrests of several students at a Merced City Council Meeting on Monday night. Isa Bey, a UC Merced student, was arrested for battery on a police officer in a smoke shop in Merced. (Alexandra Del Rosario/Daily Bruin)

Students protest arrests at Merced City Council meeting

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MERCED UCLA and UC Merced students and city residents protested the arrests of several students – including one from UC Merced – at a city council meeting Monday night.



Alumna Christy Cunanan creates ice cream flavors inspired by her and her family's childhood experiences in the Philippines. Her Calamansi flavor is associated with learning the Filipino language in her grandfather's backyard. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

UCLA alumna creates pop-up ice cream shop featuring Filipino flavors

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Christy Cunanan’s coworkers at The Walt Disney Company said her homemade ice cream reminded them of their home countries of China, Vietnam, India and the Philippines.


UCPD Director of Police Community Services retires after two decades

Nancy Greenstein, former director of the Police Community Services Bureau, retired June 29 after 20 years of service in UCPD. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)
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There was very little trust between students and the police when Nancy Greenstein joined university police as their first civilian senior administrator. “When I first got there, it was even difficult to meet students because the police didn’t have the relationships they have today,” Greenstein said.


Law students gain firsthand experience through UCLA legal clinics

Legal clinics under the UCLA Law School provide a hands-on legal experience for law students and allow them to work on real cases. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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When Elizabeth Arias delivered an oral argument before the nation’s largest federal appeals court in June, she remembered spending countless hours practicing and preparing for the case.


UCPD searching for two armed men allegedly involved in multiple robberies


Editorial: Supplemental recommendation letters disadvantage low-income students


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The Quad: Things to consider when choosing a summer job or internship

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This post was updated July 24 at 9:50 a.m. In this era of rising tuition and competition, lazy summer days by the poolside are increasingly being replaced by days spent at summer jobs or internships.

The Quad: Rising second years talk summer plans

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