Friday, November 24

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Engineering students will have access to a centralized location for resources at the new transfer center, located in Boelter Hall 6288. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)
Engineering students will have access to a centralized location for resources at the new transfer center, located in Boelter Hall 6288. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)

Residential Life and the On-Campus Housing Council, two entities that host events on the Hill, command programming budgets of $11,000 and $50,00 respectively.  However, they don’t disclose how exactly they spend this money, raising transparency concerns. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Residential Life and the On-Campus Housing Council, two entities that host events on the Hill, command programming budgets of $11,000 and $50,00 respectively.  However, they don’t disclose how exactly they spend this money, raising transparency concerns. (Daily Bruin file photo)

A new vending machine that sells condoms, Plan B pills and school supplies was installed at Ackerman A-level on Thursday. (Kathy Zhou/Daily Bruin)
A new vending machine that sells condoms, Plan B pills and school supplies was installed at Ackerman A-level on Thursday. (Kathy Zhou/Daily Bruin)

The OptumRx mobile application, which issues students' pharmacy insurance card, has added new services this year, including easier search tools and  multiple credit card payment options. (Kathy Zhuo/Daily Bruin)
The OptumRx mobile application, which issues students' pharmacy insurance card, has added new services this year, including easier search tools and  multiple credit card payment options. (Kathy Zhuo/Daily Bruin)

It’s common knowledge the Westwood Village needs to be revitalized to draw in diverse businesses that cater to residents’ needs. In order to do that, the Village’s officials need to involve students, not disregard their interests.(Daily Bruin file photo)
It’s common knowledge the Westwood Village needs to be revitalized to draw in diverse businesses that cater to residents’ needs. In order to do that, the Village’s officials need to involve students, not disregard their interests.(Daily Bruin file photo)

Cyclists who violate the California bicycle code can face fines or take an online bike education program. Unaddressed citations can go to the Los Angeles Superior Court. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)
Cyclists who violate the California bicycle code can face fines or take an online bike education program. Unaddressed citations can go to the Los Angeles Superior Court. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)


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