Sunday, March 24


The Center for Accessible Education provides transport for students with disabilities or injuries to get across campus. However, the center only operates a single van. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Clea Wurster: Current transportation services for students with disabilities are lacking

UCLA’s Center for Accessible Education is hardly accessible to the students who need to use its services. Students who have difficulty traversing campus on foot because of disabilities or injuries that are temporary or long-term can use a van provided by CAE to get from the Hill to academic buildings. Read more...

Photo: The Center for Accessible Education provides transport for students with disabilities or injuries to get across campus. However, the center only operates a single van. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Center for Accessible Education provides transport for students with disabilities or injuries to get across campus. However, the center only operates a single van. (Daily Bruin file photo)

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No Offense, But: Student advisory boards

The Opinion section is back with the Daily Bruin’s official Opinion podcast. This week, Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, assistant Opinion editor Abhishek Shetty and columnist Clea Wurster talk about the University of California’s Title IX student advisory board. Read more...

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The Angel City Chorale's holiday concert, "A New Home for the Holidays," is taking place this weekend. The performance, which takes place at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Koreatown, features a variety of holiday songs, such as "O Holy Night" and "Hannukah Lullaby," an original song composed for this weekend's performance.
 (Courtesy of Mel Stave)

Angel City Chorale brings diversity and uniqueness to Christmas carols

The Angel City Chorale is ringing in the holiday season this weekend with tunes like “Hannukah Lullaby” and “Gloria in Excelsis.” The Angel City Chorale, a Los Angeles-based choir, is performing its annual holiday show at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Koreatown until Sunday night. Read more...

Photo: The Angel City Chorale's holiday concert, "A New Home for the Holidays," is taking place this weekend. The performance, which takes place at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Koreatown, features a variety of holiday songs, such as "O Holy Night" and "Hannukah Lullaby," an original song composed for this weekend's performance. (Courtesy of Mel Stave)

The Angel City Chorale's holiday concert, "A New Home for the Holidays," is taking place this weekend. The performance, which takes place at the Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Koreatown, features a variety of holiday songs, such as "O Holy Night" and "Hannukah Lullaby," an original song composed for this weekend's performance.
 (Courtesy of Mel Stave)

The University of California recently opened applications for its Title IX student advisory board. This board needs to focus on its role as a liaison between students and  administrators. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Clea Wurster: Title IX advisory board must educate, provide student platform

Title IX policies, which prohibit sex or gender discrimination in federally funded educational programs, are incredibly important on college campuses. But ask any student on Bruin Walk how these policies are written – or even where UCLA’s Title IX Office is – and chances are you’ll get little more than a blank stare and maybe some shrugs. Read more...

Photo: The University of California recently opened applications for its Title IX student advisory board. This board needs to focus on its role as a liaison between students and administrators. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The University of California recently opened applications for its Title IX student advisory board. This board needs to focus on its role as a liaison between students and  administrators. (Daily Bruin file photo)

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Clea Wurster: Education department must focus on social justice curriculum

What are the effects of the White House administration’s childish antics? Potentially, more childish antics. John Rogers, the faculty director of Center X at UCLA, which offers a primary school teacher training program, and director of UCLA’s Institute for Democracy, Education and Access, conducted a recent study showing a link between President Donald Trump’s term and an increase in high school students’ incivility levels. Read more...

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UCLA alumna Kelly Baker recently landed a role in the Tony Award-winning musical, "Bright Star." In the production, Baker is a swing – a person who is trained to cover multiple ensemble roles. "Bright Star," written by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, will run at the Ahmanson Theatre in downtown LA until Nov. 19. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)

Alumna shines in Tony Award nominee ‘Bright Star’

Kelly Baker was too afraid to sing “Happy Birthday” to casting directors in elementary school. But now, she sings with the cast of a Tony Award-nominated musical. Read more...

Photo: UCLA alumna Kelly Baker recently landed a role in the Tony Award-winning musical, "Bright Star." In the production, Baker is a swing – a person who is trained to cover multiple ensemble roles. "Bright Star," written by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, will run at the Ahmanson Theatre in downtown LA until Nov. 19. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)

UCLA alumna Kelly Baker recently landed a role in the Tony Award-winning musical, "Bright Star." In the production, Baker is a swing – a person who is trained to cover multiple ensemble roles. "Bright Star," written by Steve Martin and Edie Brickell, will run at the Ahmanson Theatre in downtown LA until Nov. 19. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin staff)