Tuesday, November 21

(Courtesy of Tim Yu)
(Courtesy of Tim Yu)

The Horace Mann UCLA Community School, which originally taught grades 6-8, added a ninth grade class from an agreement to revitalize its struggling reputation. (UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Science)

Horace Mann UCLA Community School adds ninth-grade class

About 40 students started high school as the inaugural ninth-grade class at the Horace Mann UCLA Community School last week. Horace Mann, which originally taught only sixth to eight grade, added the ninth-grade class as part of a February agreement between the UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Studies and the Los Angeles Unified School District to work together to revitalize Horace Mann Middle School in South Los Angeles, said Christine Shen, director of the UCLA Community Schools Initiative. Read more...

The Horace Mann UCLA Community School, which originally taught grades 6-8, added a ninth grade class from an agreement to revitalize its struggling reputation. (UCLA Graduate School of Education and Information Science)

Roxxxy Andrews performed for about 350 people Thursday night, dancing to songs like "Greedy" by Ariana Grande. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)
Roxxxy Andrews performed for about 350 people Thursday night, dancing to songs like "Greedy" by Ariana Grande. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)

South Asian University of California students will gather at UCLA over the weekend to discuss issues specific to their heritage and culture. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)
South Asian University of California students will gather at UCLA over the weekend to discuss issues specific to their heritage and culture. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Residential Life has replaced all the printers in the Hill with Wepa printing kiosks as of Friday. Students were given $5 credit on their Bruin Cards to use at the kiosks. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

All Hill learning centers switch to Wepa printing kiosks

Printing kiosks have replaced all printers in learning centers on the Hill as of Friday. UCLA Residential Life replaced the old printers in all of the residential learning centers with Wepa printing kiosks, which allow students to print files uploaded from cloud services like Google Drive and Dropbox. Read more...

UCLA Residential Life has replaced all the printers in the Hill with Wepa printing kiosks as of Friday. Students were given $5 credit on their Bruin Cards to use at the kiosks. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

Erik Schweitzer, a faculty advisor at the UCLA Molecular Biology Institute, brought his alpacas to campus last quarter to help his students de-stress before taking their pathophysiology final. (Justine Sto. Tomas/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Erik Schweitzer, a faculty advisor at the UCLA Molecular Biology Institute, brought his alpacas to campus last quarter to help his students de-stress before taking their pathophysiology final. (Justine Sto. Tomas/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Westwood Community Council recap – Jan. 18

The Westwood Community Council meets several times a year to discuss issues relevant to the Westwood Village business and residential community. Discussion Janet Turner, field representative and constituent services of Congressman Ted Lieu, said the post office recently improved training for mail carriers and the Enterprise Customer Care system, which helps accurately locate packages. Read more...