Thursday, March 23

(Daily Bruin archives)
(Daily Bruin archives)

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Chris Campbell: Modern Angeleno identity has to resolve fault lines of uneven growth

Introduction Imagine stepping into a time machine and traveling 100 years into the future. You find out that the city of Fargo, North Dakota, once barely a speck on the map, has become the country’s second-largest metropolis and the place to be for cosmopolitans and immigrants of every stripe – an internationally renowned commercial and cultural hub. Read more...

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No Offense, But: UCLA Bathrooms and Marijuana

This week on No Offense, Opinion editor Chris Campbell, assistant Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti and columnists Chris Busco and Abhishek Shetty cause a stir when they discuss the state of UCLA’s most heavily-trafficked bathrooms, and what UCLA Facilities can do to make them a little more tenable. Read more...

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No Offense, But: Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine’s Day, Bruins! This week on No Offense, Opinion editor Chris Campbell is joined by columnist Abhishek Shetty and assistant Radio director Douglas Hsieh to discuss their love lives, Bruin Connections and recent advances in male birth control. Read more...

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No Offense, But: Sigma C.H.A.I. and supersonic jets

This week on No Offense, Chris Campbell and Keshav Tadimeti are joined by assistant Radio director Douglas Hsieh, where they talk about Sigma C.H.A.I., an initiative led by one of the undergraduate student government’s general representatives to bridge the gap between Greek life and those outside of it. Read more...

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"The New Pacific" featured bombastic language and a glaring amount of Ivy League collegiate influence. (Daily Bruin archives)

Throwback Thursday: Perusing Daily Bruin’s 1957 magazine ‘The New Pacific’

When you’re stressed about work, school or the impending abyss that is the post-graduation “real world,” some light-hearted literature helps take the edge off. Between Buzzfeed quizzes, lifestyle sites and the vast array of random but entertaining websites, there’s no shortage of ways for today’s students to unwind for an hour or two. Read more...

"The New Pacific" featured bombastic language and a glaring amount of Ivy League collegiate influence. (Daily Bruin archives)


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