Monday, July 16

Judd Collado, a first-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student, found a wire in his pizza.
(Courtesy of Judd Collado)

Students find unexpected objects in dining hall food

Two students reported finding unwanted objects in their food last week at De Neve dining hall on the Hill. Judd Collado, a first-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student, said he found a piece of wire in his pizza at De Neve dining hall on Jan. Read more...

Photo: Judd Collado, a first-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student, found a wire in his pizza. (Courtesy of Judd Collado)

Judd Collado, a first-year molecular, cell and developmental biology student, found a wire in his pizza.
(Courtesy of Judd Collado)

The new space for 901Westwood.com, a UCLA apparel and accessory store at the intersection of Westwood Boulevard and Kinross Avenue, is twice as big and has a larger selection of blue and gold merchandise for UCLA students. (Heidy Cadena/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Westwood sees changes in restaurant, business locations

In recent months, business owners have spent millions of dollars making changes to their stores in Westwood, from renovating California Pizza Kitchen to building a new UPS Store to moving the apparel store 901Westwood.com to a larger space. Read more...

Photo: The new space for 901Westwood.com, a UCLA apparel and accessory store at the intersection of Westwood Boulevard and Kinross Avenue, is twice as big and has a larger selection of blue and gold merchandise for UCLA students. (Heidy Cadena/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The new space for 901Westwood.com, a UCLA apparel and accessory store at the intersection of Westwood Boulevard and Kinross Avenue, is twice as big and has a larger selection of blue and gold merchandise for UCLA students. (Heidy Cadena/Daily Bruin senior staff)



Soheil Kashani, a second-year civil engineering student, tests lockers to see if they are broken before he puts his bag in outside De Neve dining hall. Two of the four open lockers were malfunctioning. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)

Hundreds of dining hall lockers broken despite renovations

Josh Bayne spent 10 minutes standing in the rain outside Bruin Plate Tuesday night waiting for an open locker with his computer bag in hand. Dozens of lockers were left open along the walls. Read more...

Photo: Soheil Kashani, a second-year civil engineering student, tests lockers to see if they are broken before he puts his bag in outside De Neve dining hall. Two of the four open lockers were malfunctioning. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)

Soheil Kashani, a second-year civil engineering student, tests lockers to see if they are broken before he puts his bag in outside De Neve dining hall. Two of the four open lockers were malfunctioning. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)


New stores, restaurants open in Westwood Village

In the coming months, several new stores and restaurants will open their doors in Westwood Village. The Village is now home to a new European clothing store, and students will soon be able to choose from new dining options at The Boiling Crab, a seafood restaurant, and Koala Tapioca, an Asian fusion restaurant. Read more...



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