Tuesday, April 23



Students, faculty continue to push for diversity requirement

A new diversity requirement proposal has been in the works over the past year at UCLA. Though three other proposals have failed to go into effect at the university since 1987, students and faculty have organized again to push for the initiative by holding town halls, forming committees and drafting language on the new requirement. Read more...


Tom  Skelly, an arts lecturer at UCLA, spray paints a picture frame in his yard. He often works on his art from a studio at home. (Felicia Ramirez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA lecturer’s work on prison program allows inmates exposure to arts

They told him they didn’t want a bureaucrat, so Tom Skelly took the job at Chino prison. At the state institution, sprawled across 2,500 acres of land in San Bernardino County, Skelly’s job as the prison’s new arts facilitator started simply. Read more...

Photo: Tom Skelly, an arts lecturer at UCLA, spray paints a picture frame in his yard. He often works on his art from a studio at home. (Felicia Ramirez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Tom  Skelly, an arts lecturer at UCLA, spray paints a picture frame in his yard. He often works on his art from a studio at home. (Felicia Ramirez/Daily Bruin senior staff)





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