Monday, March 25

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Career Week provides insight on how to succeed in growing industries

Professionals from growing industries, such as health care and digital media, will speak about career options at UCLA this week. The UCLA Career Center is holding its annual Career Week this week with an increased focus on helping students understand emerging industries in the Los Angeles area, including advertising, health care and social media, said Career Center Director Wesley Thorne. Read more...

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Father Gregory Boyle, the founder of gang rehabilitation center Homeboy Industries, spoke to students and University Catholic Center members Tuesday night at an event hosted by UCLA. (Eda Gokcebay/Daily Bruin)

Pastor speaks on reversing negative stereotypes of former gang members

The founder of a gang rehabilitation organization spoke to hundreds of students Tuesday night about his experiences working with former gang members. The University Catholic Center hosted Gregory Boyle at the Northwest Campus Auditorium on Tuesday night with UCLA Housing, the University Religious Conference at UCLA and the undergraduate student government Office of the President as co-sponsors. Read more...

Father Gregory Boyle, the founder of gang rehabilitation center Homeboy Industries, spoke to students and University Catholic Center members Tuesday night at an event hosted by UCLA. (Eda Gokcebay/Daily Bruin)

Organizers of Waves of Change, a new slate, said they will be advocating for similar political platforms as LET'S ACT!, a slate created in 2013 that aimed to support underserved student groups.(Daily Bruin file photo)
Organizers of Waves of Change, a new slate, said they will be advocating for similar political platforms as LET'S ACT!, a slate created in 2013 that aimed to support underserved student groups.(Daily Bruin file photo)

Associated Students UCLA plans to build walls around the nondenominational prayer space in Ackerman Union. (Marley Maron/Daily Bruin)
Associated Students UCLA plans to build walls around the nondenominational prayer space in Ackerman Union. (Marley Maron/Daily Bruin)