Friday, April 19



Last week, the University of California’s largest employee union led a three-day strike for better wages and benefits. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)

Emily Merz: UC proves unreasonable in its rejection of strikers’ proposals

Students complained last week about dirty bathrooms, gross food in the dining halls and loud noises waking them up in the morning. Must be rough. But while Bruins worried about eating bagged sandwiches for three days in a row, campus service employees went on strike to demand better compensation and benefits from the University of California. Read more...

Photo: Last week, the University of California’s largest employee union led a three-day strike for better wages and benefits. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)

Last week, the University of California’s largest employee union led a three-day strike for better wages and benefits. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)



The Los Angeles City Council recently approved a transit project at LAX that will help improve public transportation. However, the council must recognize that this new project may include complications. (Creative Commons photo by Jeff Turner via Flickr)

Emily Merz: Niche transit systems could lower LAX congestion, increase LA’s ridership

New York. Chicago. San Francisco. Philadelphia. Boston. The densest cities in the U.S. have one thing in common: They all have well-developed public transportation. Then there’s Los Angeles, the second-largest city by population, and perhaps the slowest moving part of southern California. Read more...

Photo: The Los Angeles City Council recently approved a transit project at LAX that will help improve public transportation. However, the council must recognize that this new project may include complications. (Creative Commons photo by Jeff Turner via Flickr)

The Los Angeles City Council recently approved a transit project at LAX that will help improve public transportation. However, the council must recognize that this new project may include complications. (Creative Commons photo by Jeff Turner via Flickr)



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