Monday, June 17

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)

Emily Merz: Bike safety education should come before violations, not after

UCLA’s campus is not known for being bike-friendly. While many other college campuses such as UC Santa Barbara and UC Davis overflow with bicyclists, UCLA students might only see one or two bicyclists going down Bruin Walk each day. Read more...

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)

Students gathered at an event about the science of bipolar disorder and the stigma surrounding it at Carnesale Commons on Tuesday night. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Students hold event to discuss science, stigma of bipolar disorder

A student speaker shared her friend’s experience with bipolar disorder at an event Tuesday night. Shrita Pendekanti, a second-year neuroscience student, and Active Minds hosted “Know the Signs, Know the Science” in Carnesale Commons. Read more...

Photo: Students gathered at an event about the science of bipolar disorder and the stigma surrounding it at Carnesale Commons on Tuesday night. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Students gathered at an event about the science of bipolar disorder and the stigma surrounding it at Carnesale Commons on Tuesday night. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Sage Hill is an undeveloped area of the UCLA campus located behind the Krieger Center near the Hill. It is currently closed to outside traffic, save for certain classes and faculty conducting research. The area is also unmarked, making it a popular spot for trespassers. (Petek Kuscu/Daily Bruin)

Emily Merz: Task force should expand student access to Sage Hill

Sage Hill is located off Bellagio Drive by the Krieger Center. The four-acre space is covered with rolling hills of small native shrubs, such as the coastal sage scrub and California sagebrush, which are dotted with flowers in the springtime. Read more...

Photo: Sage Hill is an undeveloped area of the UCLA campus located behind the Krieger Center near the Hill. It is currently closed to outside traffic, save for certain classes and faculty conducting research. The area is also unmarked, making it a popular spot for trespassers. (Petek Kuscu/Daily Bruin)

Sage Hill is an undeveloped area of the UCLA campus located behind the Krieger Center near the Hill. It is currently closed to outside traffic, save for certain classes and faculty conducting research. The area is also unmarked, making it a popular spot for trespassers. (Petek Kuscu/Daily Bruin)



The failure of Measure S in last week's city election indicates that Los Angeles voters view high-density affordable housing favorably. Westwood officials would do well to emulate that mentality. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Emily Merz: Westwood must learn from Measure S failure, promote housing projects

The failure of Measure S, which would have put a two-year moratorium on development projects in Los Angeles, is a victory in the fight for affordable housing for UCLA students. Read more...

Photo: The failure of Measure S in last week's city election indicates that Los Angeles voters view high-density affordable housing favorably. Westwood officials would do well to emulate that mentality. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

The failure of Measure S in last week's city election indicates that Los Angeles voters view high-density affordable housing favorably. Westwood officials would do well to emulate that mentality. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Labor union organizers and Socialist Alternative leaders spoke at the UCLA Sanctuary Campus Town Hall in Haines Hall Thursday night. (Tianyi Ruan/Daily Bruin)

Students, groups advocate making UCLA a sanctuary campus at town hall

Students chanted “Hey, hey, sanctuary campus UCLA!” and “Not one more … deportation!” in a crowded Haines Hall room Thursday night. About 150 students, labor union organizers and grassroots organizers attended a town hall about making UCLA a sanctuary campus for undocumented students. Read more...

Photo: Labor union organizers and Socialist Alternative leaders spoke at the UCLA Sanctuary Campus Town Hall in Haines Hall Thursday night. (Tianyi Ruan/Daily Bruin)

Labor union organizers and Socialist Alternative leaders spoke at the UCLA Sanctuary Campus Town Hall in Haines Hall Thursday night. (Tianyi Ruan/Daily Bruin)


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