Sunday, July 15

Sexperts Committee to discuss benefits of self pleasure

An undergraduate student government student wellness commission committee and the Gamma Rho Lambda – Zeta chapter at UCLA are co-hosting a masturbation workshop Wednesday night. The goal of the “Finals Can Wait, Masturbate!” workshop is to educate students about self pleasure and break stigmas about masturbating and having sex for pleasure, said Savannah Badalich, the Undergraduate Students Association Council student wellness commissioner. Read more...


Members of the Romanian Club at UCLA connect students with members of the Romanian community and hold movie screenings, seminars and other events about Romanian culture.

(Joseph Chan/Daily Bruin)
Members of the Romanian Club at UCLA connect students with members of the Romanian community and hold movie screenings, seminars and other events about Romanian culture.

(Joseph Chan/Daily Bruin)


Recipients honored with 2014 Distinguished Teaching Award

The UCLA Academic Senate recently selected the recipients for the 2014 Distinguished Teaching Award, an achievement that honors faculty members who excel at teaching. Faculty members were nominated by their departments and the Committee on Teaching evaluated each nominee during a three-month period. Read more...


On Friday, female political leaders in Los Angeles addressed UCLA students at a panel called "Women in Power."
On Friday, female political leaders in Los Angeles addressed UCLA students at a panel called "Women in Power."

Ace Hagar

Ace Hagar, loving brother, genuine friend deceased

Ace Hagar, a third-year undeclared student, died Sept. 30 from injuries sustained in a car crash on Interstate 15. He was 24 years old. Hagar’s family and friends knew him as a loving brother and genuine friend who worked hard to attend his dream school, UCLA, and became the first in his family to go to college. Read more...

Ace Hagar

UCLA Professor Vladimir Keilis-Borok died from heart illness on Oct. 19 at his home in Culver City. The internationally known mathematical geophysicist and seismologist was 92.
UCLA Professor Vladimir Keilis-Borok died from heart illness on Oct. 19 at his home in Culver City. The internationally known mathematical geophysicist and seismologist was 92.