Wednesday, November 13

North and south campus students faced off Friday night in a discussion hosted and mediated by Jubilee, a popular YouTube channel. The event was part of the channel's "Middle Ground" series, which aims to help conflicting groups empathize with each other and find common ground. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)
North and south campus students faced off Friday night in a discussion hosted and mediated by Jubilee, a popular YouTube channel. The event was part of the channel's "Middle Ground" series, which aims to help conflicting groups empathize with each other and find common ground. (Lauren Man/Daily Bruin)

(Clara Vamvulescu/Daily Bruin)
(Clara Vamvulescu/Daily Bruin)

(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)
(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)

Former and present students gathered in Royce Quad on Saturday for a light show that officially kicked off UCLA's Centennial Celebration. The show was the final event of Alumni Day, which included public lectures, tours and talks. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)
Former and present students gathered in Royce Quad on Saturday for a light show that officially kicked off UCLA's Centennial Celebration. The show was the final event of Alumni Day, which included public lectures, tours and talks. (MacKenzie Coffman/Assistant Photo editor)

Wazo Connect was one of the groups that tabled at the second annual Black and Blue event, which featured a mental health resource fair and spoken-word poetry performances. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)
Wazo Connect was one of the groups that tabled at the second annual Black and Blue event, which featured a mental health resource fair and spoken-word poetry performances. (Elise Tsai/Daily Bruin)

NASA is designing a spacecraft called Europa Clipper to orbit one of Jupiter's moons and take measurements of its magnetic field and its ocean's depth and salinity. UCLA professor emerita Margaret Kivelson was chosen to lead the project. (Daily Bruin file photo)
NASA is designing a spacecraft called Europa Clipper to orbit one of Jupiter's moons and take measurements of its magnetic field and its ocean's depth and salinity. UCLA professor emerita Margaret Kivelson was chosen to lead the project. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA's selection of "The Line Becomes A River" as this year's Common Book received criticism for its timing because of the current national activities at the border. The author agreed to donate half of his speaker’s honorarium profits to UCLA’s Undocumented Student Program. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
UCLA's selection of "The Line Becomes A River" as this year's Common Book received criticism for its timing because of the current national activities at the border. The author agreed to donate half of his speaker’s honorarium profits to UCLA’s Undocumented Student Program. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)