Saturday, August 24

Departments re-unit courses

For the past two years, UCLA’s various departments have been involved in an ongoing process of re-unitting their courses. The process has coincided with the implementation of stricter expected cumulative progress requirements. Read more...


Select faculty honored with Distinguished Teacher Awards

The UCLA faculty recently recognized some of its own by awarding them with Distinguished Teacher Awards. The Academic Senate, a body of faculty members that make decisions concerning academic regulations, is in charge of distributing distinguished teacher awards each year. Read more...



The learning curve

Adheesh Bhagat, a first-year computer science and engineering student, scored what he believed was a disappointing 37 out of 59 on his chemistry midterm. “I had been expecting at least an A-minus,” he said. Read more...


A closer look: Dispute over health care benefits may backfire

From the grocery stores to the public transportation system to law enforcement, the average citizen in Los Angeles has recently encountered inconveniences due to strikes. The supermarket strike, the MTA strike and the sheriff’s sickouts all have one main issue in common ““ health care. Read more...


Alumnus dies at 30

Abdullah Towfigh, a UCLA alumnus and former Daily Bruin advertising display employee, died Oct. 10 due to complications with leukemia. He was 30. Towfigh, better known as Abdi to his friends, was diagnosed with leukemia in early September when he underwent treatment at Cedars-Sinai in Beverly Hills, but died from an infection he developed after emergency surgery. Read more...




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