Friday, January 18

Nathan Nguyen-Le, a graduate cinematography student, and Elon Zlotnik, a fourth-year film student, teamed up with Coca-Cola and Regal Cinemas to make a 30-second advertisement that encapsulates the movie-going experience. The commercial shows a young couple on a movie date, and is competing for the opportunity to be to be screened in Regal theaters. (Metztli Garcia/Daily Bruin)

Nathan Nguyen-Le, a graduate cinematography student, and Elon Zlotnik, a fourth-year film student, teamed up with Coca-Cola and Regal Cinemas to make a 30-second advertisement that encapsulates the movie-going experience. The commercial shows a young couple on a movie date, and is competing for the opportunity to be to be screened in Regal theaters. (Metztli Garcia/Daily Bruin)

UCLA film students’ commercial enters final round of Coke ad competition

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In a recent, student-made commercial, a single sip of Coca-Cola allows a high schooler a glimpse into his future. The 17-year old is shocked to see his 30-year old self on a movie date with a sophisticated woman.



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UCLA Housing app pilots feature allowing students to track meal swipe balance

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Students can now check on their phones how many meal swipes they have left. UCLA Housing piloted a feature on the UCLA Housing phone application Jan.


USAC hosts speed-dating event for student organizations to promote collaboration

Undergraduate Students Association Council General Representative 1 Ayesha Haleem's (pictured above) office hosted a speed dating event for student organizations. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)
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Student organizations went on speed dates to build cross-community relationships. About 15 students from various student organizations met in small groups at an event hosted by the Undergraduate Students Association Council General Representative 1 office Tuesday.


Study finds connection between effects of exercise, levels of particular protein

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UCLA researchers uncovered a link between mitochondrial health and exercise, offering a new explanation for the causes of some metabolic disorders. In a study published in December, UCLA researchers in the lab of Andrea Hevener, a professor of medicine, characterized how mitochondria change in response to both short- and long-term exercise.


Editorial: Faculty EDI statement is half-baked solution for diversity, inclusion


UC Regents recap – Jan. 15-16


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The Quad: A guide to the wonderfully varied Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Garden

The Daily Bruin's Sammi Dorfan explored the Mildred E. Mathias Botanical Gardens, which aren't just a pleasant spot to study for midterms and finals – they're also a place in which some UCLA faculty and students conduct their research. (Daily Bruin file photo)
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Jules Cooch’s K-12 students stared in awe at UCLA’s botanical garden, wondering why it didn’t look like any particular natural phenomena they had seen before. They saw a combination of seemingly mismatched elements from different natural sources that made the garden seem like a completely new phenomenon.

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Environmental group gains support for regulating oil drilling in LA communities

An environmental advocacy group is trying to end oil drilling near neighborhoods in Los Angeles.Stand Together Against Neighborhood Drilling Los Angeles, an environmental group advocating... Read more »


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UC Regents recap – Jan. 17


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The current contract for the Los Alamos National Laboratory expires in September 2018, and the UC, which has been involved in the management of the lab since its inception in varying capacities, submitted a bid last year to manage the lab.

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