Sunday, October 21

Lipaz Ela has expanded the Fact Finders trips to Israel at UCLA Hillel over the past two years, working to include students of various religious backgrounds while promoting a dialogue between Israeli and Palestinian perspectives. (Haoyang Yan/Daily Bruin)

Hillel fellow seeks to broaden discussion of Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Lipaz Ela still recalls when her neighborhood supermarket in Jerusalem was blown up when she was 13 years old. She had gone to the same market the day before. Read more...

Photo: Lipaz Ela has expanded the Fact Finders trips to Israel at UCLA Hillel over the past two years, working to include students of various religious backgrounds while promoting a dialogue between Israeli and Palestinian perspectives. (Haoyang Yan/Daily Bruin)

Lipaz Ela has expanded the Fact Finders trips to Israel at UCLA Hillel over the past two years, working to include students of various religious backgrounds while promoting a dialogue between Israeli and Palestinian perspectives. (Haoyang Yan/Daily Bruin)


Jaqueline Garcia (left) and Liz Garcia (right) are sisters who started a mobile salon service last quarter for students living on the Hill and in Westwood Village. The service, called Beauty on Demand, provides nail, hair and waxing services. (Hannah Burnett/Daily Bruin)

Sister duo delivers beauty salon services on the go

Each morning, Liz Garcia rolls bins full of nail polish, hot wax and hair styling tools from her car on Veteran Avenue to the Hill. She and her sister will likely spend 12 hours on campus, a feat they’re happy to accomplish. Read more...

Photo: Jaqueline Garcia (left) and Liz Garcia (right) are sisters who started a mobile salon service last quarter for students living on the Hill and in Westwood Village. The service, called Beauty on Demand, provides nail, hair and waxing services. (Hannah Burnett/Daily Bruin)

Jaqueline Garcia (left) and Liz Garcia (right) are sisters who started a mobile salon service last quarter for students living on the Hill and in Westwood Village. The service, called Beauty on Demand, provides nail, hair and waxing services. (Hannah Burnett/Daily Bruin)

Lizi Urbanowicz is biking 4,000 miles across the United States to contribute to affordable housing. She began her trip in Maine at the end of June and will finish in Santa Barbara in September. (Courtesy of Varun Pai)

Student bikes across country, contributes to affordable housing cause

After pedaling through open countryside and busy highways for weeks, Lizi Urbanowicz is more than 1,000 miles into her 4,000 mile-long bike trip across the United States to contribute to affordable housing. Read more...

Photo: Lizi Urbanowicz is biking 4,000 miles across the United States to contribute to affordable housing. She began her trip in Maine at the end of June and will finish in Santa Barbara in September. (Courtesy of Varun Pai)

Lizi Urbanowicz is biking 4,000 miles across the United States to contribute to affordable housing. She began her trip in Maine at the end of June and will finish in Santa Barbara in September. (Courtesy of Varun Pai)

UCLA alumnus Justin Renge said he wanted to give back in some way following Wednesday's tragedy on campus. (Michael Zshornack/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA alum’s cards of kindness aim to lift spirits after tragedy

The morning after Wednesday’s campus shooting, UCLA alumnus Justin Renge drove to campus with a bag of 50 envelopes. Each envelop contained anonymous notes and money, which he distributed to random locations across the campus. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumnus Justin Renge said he wanted to give back in some way following Wednesday's tragedy on campus. (Michael Zshornack/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA alumnus Justin Renge said he wanted to give back in some way following Wednesday's tragedy on campus. (Michael Zshornack/Assistant Photo editor)

William Klug, an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, was killed Wednesday morning in Engineering Building IV. He is remembered for his commitment to his students and his work with the Klug Research Group. (Courtesy of Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science)

Professor William Klug remembered for service to students, innovative work

William “Bill” Klug introduced himself in the first lecture of his programming class with a family photo of himself, his wife and two young children. Klug wanted students to understand what he was like both in and out of work, said Amirhossein Kaboodrangidaem, a graduate student in bioengineering and Klug’s former student. Read more...

Photo: William Klug, an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, was killed Wednesday morning in Engineering Building IV. He is remembered for his commitment to his students and his work with the Klug Research Group. (Courtesy of Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science)

William Klug, an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, was killed Wednesday morning in Engineering Building IV. He is remembered for his commitment to his students and his work with the Klug Research Group. (Courtesy of Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science)

Christian Kramme, a second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student, began a medical marijuana delivery service in December. (Pinkie Su/Daily Bruin)

Student aims high with medical marijuana delivery business

Medical marijuana was the only drug that improved Christian Kramme’s stomach pain after spending two years in and out of hospitals. Kramme, a second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student, believed he had pancreatic cancer when he began experiencing severe stomach pain and a lack of appetite in 2012. Read more...

Photo: Christian Kramme, a second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student, began a medical marijuana delivery service in December. (Pinkie Su/Daily Bruin)

Christian Kramme, a second-year microbiology, immunology and molecular genetics student, began a medical marijuana delivery service in December. (Pinkie Su/Daily Bruin)


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