Wednesday, December 12

Bring opinions to The Bruin

The most common complaint I hear about the Daily Bruin is that it’s not really a student paper. “It never covers anything I care about,” moaned one student. Read more...


Westwood washout

Westwood will never be the true college town that many of us envisioned upon entering UCLA. There’s not a single venue that allows dancing, only a handful of locations that have a full bar, no poetry readings in coffee shops, and not a single pool table to be found. Read more...




Competition rewards entrepreneurs

From mold removal to the wants of teenage boys, this year’s Knapp Venture Competition covered a broad base of human interests. The annual competition offers UCLA Anderson School of Management students a chance to present their business plan in front of a group of entrepreneurial judges. Read more...



Cracking down on file-sharing

The increasing connectivity capabilities of the Internet have created a breeding ground for illegal file-sharing and potential copyright infringement. This is especially the case in college dorms that utilize the fastest local area network connections. Read more...



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