Wednesday, November 14

Several leaked emails to the Daily Bruin showed Bruins United candidates, including current USAC President Avinoam Baral, soliciting donations from pro-Israel donors. (Joseph Chan/Daily Bruin)

Leaked emails reveal hidden sources of Bruins United campaign funds

Dozens of emails show that several members of the Bruins United slate have quietly solicited money from pro-Israel donors for at least the past two undergraduate student government elections, despite concerns about external influences having an unacknowledged voice in council decisions. Read more...

Photo: Several leaked emails to the Daily Bruin showed Bruins United candidates, including current USAC President Avinoam Baral, soliciting donations from pro-Israel donors. (Joseph Chan/Daily Bruin)

Several leaked emails to the Daily Bruin showed Bruins United candidates, including current USAC President Avinoam Baral, soliciting donations from pro-Israel donors. (Joseph Chan/Daily Bruin)



First-year neuroscience student Michael Wientjes moves to the music playing through his headphones at the Silent Disco held in the Powell Library Rotunda, where students can dance to relieve stress without disturbing those who are studying. (Tamaryn Kong/Daily Bruin)

Students Dance to Unified Beat at Silent Disco

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Photo: First-year neuroscience student Michael Wientjes moves to the music playing through his headphones at the Silent Disco held in the Powell Library Rotunda, where students can dance to relieve stress without disturbing those who are studying. (Tamaryn Kong/Daily Bruin)

First-year neuroscience student Michael Wientjes moves to the music playing through his headphones at the Silent Disco held in the Powell Library Rotunda, where students can dance to relieve stress without disturbing those who are studying. (Tamaryn Kong/Daily Bruin)

Lillie Hsu, a former UCLA law professor, and UCLA alumna Dion Cherie Raymond were appointed discrimination prevention officers in September. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin)

Discrimination prevention officers to bring legal expertise to UCLA

More than a year after an internal report urged UCLA to better address discrimination on campus, two new officers are starting to examine the university’s discrimination policies for faculty and reach out to members of the campus community. Read more...

Photo: Lillie Hsu, a former UCLA law professor, and UCLA alumna Dion Cherie Raymond were appointed discrimination prevention officers in September. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin)

Lillie Hsu, a former UCLA law professor, and UCLA alumna Dion Cherie Raymond were appointed discrimination prevention officers in September. (Keila Mayberry/Daily Bruin)


Devin Murphy took office as the USAC president in spring. (Courtesy of Associated Students UCLA)

USAC President Devin Murphy resigns

This post was updated on Nov. 14 at 4:30 p.m. Undergraduate student government president Devin Murphy resigned from office Friday, saying his job and the campus climate had taken a toll on his mental, emotional and physical health. Read more...

Photo: Devin Murphy took office as the USAC president in spring. (Courtesy of Associated Students UCLA)

Devin Murphy took office as the USAC president in spring. (Courtesy of Associated Students UCLA)


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