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Saturday, December 16

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)

Liliana Madrigal, a second-year psychobiology student, volunteers at a clinic in Maclovio Rojas, Mexico. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

Volunteers travel to Mexico to establish long-term ties with residents

Students with tired faces piled into a large, white van at 4:30 a.m. Some students held jackets and others clutched onto pillows — but all were distinguishable by their bright blue shirts decorated with a clown fish logo. Read more...

Photo: Liliana Madrigal, a second-year psychobiology student, volunteers at a clinic in Maclovio Rojas, Mexico. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

Liliana Madrigal, a second-year psychobiology student, volunteers at a clinic in Maclovio Rojas, Mexico. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

APA Health CARE hosts clinics that aim to teach patients how to prevent diseases that tend to affect Asian-Americans more than others. (Courtesy of APA Health CARE)

UCLA club brings health clinics to Asian-American communities

Two weekends ago, a client walked into a health clinic for a basic health screening. Hours later, he was rushed to the hospital for abnormally high blood pressure. Read more...

Photo: APA Health CARE hosts clinics that aim to teach patients how to prevent diseases that tend to affect Asian-Americans more than others. (Courtesy of APA Health CARE)

APA Health CARE hosts clinics that aim to teach patients how to prevent diseases that tend to affect Asian-Americans more than others. (Courtesy of APA Health CARE)

The Animal Justice Project protested against animal experimentation in research studies Friday. The protest was a few days before Stop Animal Exploitation Now plans to release documents that allegedly show evidence of animal neglect. (Owen Emerson/Photo assistant editor)

UCLA released animal treatment records in settlement for 2013 lawsuit

UCLA agreed to release animal treatment records in response to a lawsuit an animal welfare organization filed in 2013 that alleged UCLA withheld public documents. The Animal Legal Defense Fund represented Stop Animal Exploitation Now an animal welfare organization, in the lawsuit. Read more...

Photo: The Animal Justice Project protested against animal experimentation in research studies Friday. The protest was a few days before Stop Animal Exploitation Now plans to release documents that allegedly show evidence of animal neglect. (Owen Emerson/Photo assistant editor)

The Animal Justice Project protested against animal experimentation in research studies Friday. The protest was a few days before Stop Animal Exploitation Now plans to release documents that allegedly show evidence of animal neglect. (Owen Emerson/Photo assistant editor)

New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day will fall on a Saturday and Sunday, respectively. As a result, the winter quarter calendar will be pushed back one week to accommodate the holidays. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

UCLA students to have monthlong winter break

UCLA students will have a monthlong winter break during the 2016-2017 school year to accommodate university holidays. Winter break for UCLA students will last for four weeks, from Dec. Read more...

Photo: New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day will fall on a Saturday and Sunday, respectively. As a result, the winter quarter calendar will be pushed back one week to accommodate the holidays. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day will fall on a Saturday and Sunday, respectively. As a result, the winter quarter calendar will be pushed back one week to accommodate the holidays. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

(Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA program works to control stray cat population

A black cat has stalked the grounds of Powell Library since last summer but continues to ignore the UCLA cat management program’s tuna bait. The program, established in 1989 to control the feral cat population on campus, has since reduced the stray cat population on campus from 350 cats in the 1980s to about 10 today. Read more...

Photo: (Daily Bruin file photo)

(Daily Bruin file photo)


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