Monday, August 21
The Watermelone Music Festival was born in Bruin Plate. It was there that second-year statistics student Sheila Wang and second-year undeclared student David Jiaye Pan first discussed the idea of putting together their own music festival and later held planning meetings in the same UCLA dining hall, as well as in a Sproul Hall music room.
No. 21 UCLA men’s soccer finished last year with a record of 10-8-2, its worst in nine years. But this year, the Bruins welcomed seven freshmen players – nearly one-third of the men’s soccer team is brand new to Westwood.
The University of California owes workers $1.3 million following a settlement with the U.S. Department of Labor for underpaying overtime payments for hourly employees. The error occurred while the university was attempting to replace the previous payroll system with the new UC Payroll, Academic Personnel, Timekeeping and Human Resources system.
Students taking classes from the chemistry and biochemistry department may start paying less for course materials. Starting fall, the department will require instructors to provide students with no-cost alternatives to course materials and are required to state in their syllabuses whether they profit off the sale of any written course material.
From latte art videos on Facebook to not-so-witty quotes on T-shirts, coffee is an indisputable aspect of our everyday lives. Every frappy hour is national news, and liking the taste of coffee is viewed as a mark of adulthood.
For UCLA Faculty Only: Furnished 2bedrm/1.5bath apartment for rent in Santa Monica. Laundry onsite & 1 car parking incl; rent is $3000/mo; security dep. $4000. 1 year lease; no pets,no smoking. Call Gisele Legrand 424-835-4056 if interested. • Apartments for Rent
*HUGE 1 BEDROOM FOR RENT* Large, 1 Bed, 1 Bath. Private Patio, Hardwood Floors, Lane of Parking. 1 Block to campus. 9 month Lease starting in Sept. $2050 Text 310-922-2890 • Apartments for Rent
Insurance Agency seeking part-time office assistant 9am-1pm. Good communication skills, Word & Excel proficiency required. Contact Diana 310-777-7516 • Help Wanted
Looking for someone with good computer skill to organize pictures,video music, transferring pictures from Iphone to Mac... its a part time job few hours during the week. $14/hour. Call/email: 323-877-3325 or [email protected] • Help Wanted
part-time helper to assist w/house errands & tasks. Possibly 2 days a week flexible hrs. $15-$20hr location: Malibu contact: Heather 310 780-7500 • Help Wanted
Seeking Volleyball Coach for Middle School Team. School is less than 2 miles from UCLA campus. M - Th 3:30 - 5pm, can be later on game days. Starts ASAP - 1st week of Nov. Email resume to Amanda [email protected] • Help Wanted
Tennis players-looking for tennis players(women)3.5,4.0,4.5 to play matches on Friday mornings 310-837-1701. • Campus Happenings
Give the Gift of Life! Egg donation allows you to give back and earn extra income. Must be: *Female between the ages of 20-29 *Healthy Weight *Non-smoker/no-drug use *Must be entirely reliable Program Benefits: *Compensation starting at $7,000-$15,000+ *Continue your education or career while supplementing your income *24 hour support with your own personal case manager *The emotional satisfaction of knowing you helped bring joy to another person's life Contact Family Creations LLC Today! www.familycreations.net 818-225-1700 [email protected] • Sperm/Egg Donors
Seeking a Swedish speaking nanny for a 5 yr old boy to pick-up from school, take to activities, & do homework. Miracle Mile. M-Th 3:30-6:30. Must have a safe, reliable car, experience and references. Contact (310)780-7901. • Wanted
Looking for a part time female senior helper. -work for two hours 5/days a week located in the Palms area -help needed in the mornings -transportation preferred Contact Estyle Leisy @ 310-836-6730 • Personal Services
Real Estate assistant, looking for a part time assistant for a real estate broker. No experience needed. 310-837-1701 Roni • Campus Happenings
About 40 students started high school as the inaugural ninth-grade class at the Horace Mann UCLA Community School last week. Horace Mann, which originally taught... Read more »
“We the optimists.”For years, these few, yet potent, words have fanned the flames of inspiration among thousands of eager incoming UCLA freshmen ready to conquer... Read more »
Gareth Walsh wanted to put a glitch in Sunset Boulevard's typical landscape of billboards and advertisements.He visualized a moving installation that would disrupt the strip's... Read more »
For an offense that ranked second-to-last in the nation rushing yards per game last year, improvement up front was a must this offseason. Whether the... Read more »
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.View the stories, videos, and graphics »