Monday, July 15

Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom (left) claims he represents  the common man. His records and close relationship with tech-industry elites, however, would say otherwise. (Creative Commons photo by Drew Altizer via Flickr)

Abhishek Shetty: Newsom’s support of start-ups contradicts his campaign stance

If your spokesperson says that Davos, the annual World Economic Forum gathering of wealthy elites in Switzerland, is where you get many of your ideas from, you need to be as far away from politics as possible. Read more...

Photo: Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom (left) claims he represents the common man. His records and close relationship with tech-industry elites, however, would say otherwise. (Creative Commons photo by Drew Altizer via Flickr)

Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom (left) claims he represents  the common man. His records and close relationship with tech-industry elites, however, would say otherwise. (Creative Commons photo by Drew Altizer via Flickr)

The John Wooden Center opened around 34 years ago. (Daily Bruin archives)

Throwback Thursday: The humble beginnings of the John Wooden Center

A watershed moment occurred 34 years ago at UCLA, at least for us gym junkies: the John Wooden Center officially opened to the public. On May 2, 1983, the Cultural and Recreational Affairs Department ran a full-page advertisement for the newly opened center with twelve general questions students might have about the Wooden Center. Read more...

Photo: The John Wooden Center opened around 34 years ago. (Daily Bruin archives)

The John Wooden Center opened around 34 years ago. (Daily Bruin archives)


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No Offense, But: Skyboats

No Offense is back for another week with your favorites Chris Campbell, Keshav Tadimeti and Abhishek Shetty. This week, the guys discuss the possibility of implementing an esports scholarship at UCLA. Read more...

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No Offense, But: Inclusion and Chocolate

No Offense is back for another week with all your favorites! Chris Campbell, Keshav Tadimeti, Abhishek Shetty and Jacqueline Alvarez gather to talk about the work done by Vice Chancellor of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Jerry Kang – and the work his office still has left. Read more...

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Vivy Li, an independent candidate for internal vice president, beat BU candidate Neha Quraishi and won the seat with more than 54 percent of the vote. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Radio: No Offense, But: 2017 USAC election

No Offense is back and here to talk about the undergraduate student government elections. Keshav Tadimeti and opinion columnist Abhishek Shetty are joined by News senior staffers Catherine Feliciano and Rupan Bharanidaran to discuss this year’s results and shed some light on the future of UCLA slate politics. Read more...

Photo: Vivy Li, an independent candidate for internal vice president, beat BU candidate Neha Quraishi and won the seat with more than 54 percent of the vote. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Vivy Li, an independent candidate for internal vice president, beat BU candidate Neha Quraishi and won the seat with more than 54 percent of the vote. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)


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