Thursday, February 21






The Santee Alley in downtown LA’s fashion district is a flea market featuring pedestrian-oriented infrastructure, including alleys that are blocked off to car traffic. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Chris Busco: City infrastructure could turn Los Angeles into a pedestrian paradise

With 300 days of sunshine a year, star-studded boulevards and a plethora of major cultural institutions, the City of Angels seems to have all the makings of a pedestrian-friendly city. Read more...

Photo: The Santee Alley in downtown LA’s fashion district is a flea market featuring pedestrian-oriented infrastructure, including alleys that are blocked off to car traffic. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

The Santee Alley in downtown LA’s fashion district is a flea market featuring pedestrian-oriented infrastructure, including alleys that are blocked off to car traffic. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

There is a noticeable difference between the cleanliness of bathrooms in UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center and those in Young Research LIbrary, one of the most frequented locales on campus. (Chris Busco/Daily Bruin contributor)

Chris Busco: Neglected on-campus bathrooms soil student experience, UCLA’s reputation

Everyone remembers their first trip to Powell Library: the imposing structure, vaulted ceilings and ornate decorations coming together to create the quintessential college experience. But for many, that picture shatters the moment they attempt to use the restroom after their first all-night study session – only to find a postapocalyptic scene characterized by toilet paper strewn everywhere, floors coated in a film of grimy water and neon-green plastic bags indicating that the toilets are once again broken. Read more...

Photo: There is a noticeable difference between the cleanliness of bathrooms in UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center and those in Young Research LIbrary, one of the most frequented locales on campus. (Chris Busco/Daily Bruin contributor)

There is a noticeable difference between the cleanliness of bathrooms in UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center and those in Young Research LIbrary, one of the most frequented locales on campus. (Chris Busco/Daily Bruin contributor)