Friday, November 16

The Broxton parking garage, located in a central spot in Westwood, may eliminate its monthly parking passes depending on the results of a study. 
(Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)

Parking structure on Broxton may eliminate monthly passes

Westwood’s only public parking structure, on Broxton Avenue, may soon eliminate monthly parking passes depending on the results of a possible study by the Los Angeles Department of Transportation. Read more...

Photo: The Broxton parking garage, located in a central spot in Westwood, may eliminate its monthly parking passes depending on the results of a study. (Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)

The Broxton parking garage, located in a central spot in Westwood, may eliminate its monthly parking passes depending on the results of a study. 
(Jose Ubeda/Daily Bruin staff)


Spoken word poet and prison activist Bryonn Bain performed inside Schoenberg Hall Tuesday night. (Evaneet Sidhu/Daily Bruin)

Spoken word poet sheds light on incarceration, jails

He’s dressed in all black, with his hood over his head. In the background, a darkened street appears on a screen behind him. He lifts his hood up, and the lights come on. Read more...

Photo: Spoken word poet and prison activist Bryonn Bain performed inside Schoenberg Hall Tuesday night. (Evaneet Sidhu/Daily Bruin)

Spoken word poet and prison activist Bryonn Bain performed inside Schoenberg Hall Tuesday night. (Evaneet Sidhu/Daily Bruin)

Members of the Watts Tutorial Program, a tutoring group that brings tutees to UCLA, received training from nonprofit Playworks on Saturday to learn how to play games without equipment. (Agnijita Kumar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Watts Tutorial Program collaborates to improve playtime for adolescents

UCLA students ran, jumped and giggled as they played a variety of elementary school games on Saturday afternoon. The games were part of a workshop for the tutors of the Watts Tutorial Program, which serves low-income elementary to high school students within the Watts and William Mead areas of Los Angeles. Read more...

Photo: Members of the Watts Tutorial Program, a tutoring group that brings tutees to UCLA, received training from nonprofit Playworks on Saturday to learn how to play games without equipment. (Agnijita Kumar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Members of the Watts Tutorial Program, a tutoring group that brings tutees to UCLA, received training from nonprofit Playworks on Saturday to learn how to play games without equipment. (Agnijita Kumar/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Faculty-in-residence Rashmita Mistry, her 10-year-old son Millen and her husband Kiran Mistry have lived on the Hill together for the past five years.
(Sidhaant Shah/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA faculty member and family find a home on the Hill

Faculty-in-residence Rashmita Mistry feels like family to some of her students. One of her residents, Tatev Papikyan, said Mistry was the first professor she formed a personal relationship with – something she didn’t expect on such a large campus. Read more...

Photo: Faculty-in-residence Rashmita Mistry, her 10-year-old son Millen and her husband Kiran Mistry have lived on the Hill together for the past five years. (Sidhaant Shah/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Faculty-in-residence Rashmita Mistry, her 10-year-old son Millen and her husband Kiran Mistry have lived on the Hill together for the past five years.
(Sidhaant Shah/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Federico Saiz (left) and Vicente Estevez are students at UCLA Anderson School of Management who recently started a wine-of-the-month company.

Courtesy of Federico Saiz.

UCLA students display business acumen with startup

Two UCLA Anderson School of Management students learned how to run a business and pick out the perfect bottle of wine when launching their startup company. Read more...

Photo: Federico Saiz (left) and Vicente Estevez are students at UCLA Anderson School of Management who recently started a wine-of-the-month company. Courtesy of Federico Saiz.

Federico Saiz (left) and Vicente Estevez are students at UCLA Anderson School of Management who recently started a wine-of-the-month company.

Courtesy of Federico Saiz.

Police patrolled the area around Landfair Avenue after students participated in the Undie Run early Thursday morning. (Courtesy of Andrew Tudor)

Students feel UCPD used excessive force in response to Undie Run

University police broke up rowdy parties in the North Village after the quarterly Undie Run using pepper balls and other crowd control methods that some students thought were unnecessarily forceful. Read more...

Photo: Police patrolled the area around Landfair Avenue after students participated in the Undie Run early Thursday morning. (Courtesy of Andrew Tudor)

Police patrolled the area around Landfair Avenue after students participated in the Undie Run early Thursday morning. (Courtesy of Andrew Tudor)