Wednesday, March 20

Yi-Ling Loo, a first-year biochemistry student, is one of the students who used the new Wepa printing kiosk installed Monday at the Sunset Village Learning Center. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

Residential Life adds new printers throughout the Hill

Students now have access to 10 new printers on the Hill 24 hours a day. The Residential Life learning centers and UCLA Housing and Hospitality Services collaborated to implement printing kiosks at various places on the Hill over winter break, said UCLA spokesperson Rebecca Kendall. Read more...

Photo: Yi-Ling Loo, a first-year biochemistry student, is one of the students who used the new Wepa printing kiosk installed Monday at the Sunset Village Learning Center. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

Yi-Ling Loo, a first-year biochemistry student, is one of the students who used the new Wepa printing kiosk installed Monday at the Sunset Village Learning Center. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

Bill Dorfman, a UCLA alumnus, is a media personality and celebrity cosmetic dentist. He is also involved with LEAP, a nonprofit education foundation that organizes youth leadership programs at UCLA. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Cosmetic dentist and UCLA alum brings smiles into the spotlight

Bill Dorfman transformed people’s smiles through dental surgeries when he was featured on the television show “Extreme Makeover.” “What I realized is, when you save a lot of teeth, you save a smile,” Dorfman said. Read more...

Photo: Bill Dorfman, a UCLA alumnus, is a media personality and celebrity cosmetic dentist. He is also involved with LEAP, a nonprofit education foundation that organizes youth leadership programs at UCLA. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Bill Dorfman, a UCLA alumnus, is a media personality and celebrity cosmetic dentist. He is also involved with LEAP, a nonprofit education foundation that organizes youth leadership programs at UCLA. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Maryam Shehata, a third-year gender studies student, started Snack N’ Give Back, a foundation that sells snacks and donates its profit to countries like Syria, India, and Pakistan. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Student pushes for better careers, labor practices in apparel industry

Maryam Shehata saw factory employees crowded into poorly lit rooms, working even through their breaks, when she walked through a manufacturing company in Hong Kong. “In general, there was an atmosphere of disconnect,” said Shehata, a third-year gender studies student. Read more...

Photo: Maryam Shehata, a third-year gender studies student, started Snack N’ Give Back, a foundation that sells snacks and donates its profit to countries like Syria, India, and Pakistan. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

Maryam Shehata, a third-year gender studies student, started Snack N’ Give Back, a foundation that sells snacks and donates its profit to countries like Syria, India, and Pakistan. (Chengcheng Zhang/Daily Bruin)

UCLA professors cancelled classes and postponed midterms and essay deadlines Wednesday to help students to recover from election results. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Professors cancel, postpone midterms in wake of election

Some professors made changes to their classes and assignment deadlines Wednesday due to the election results. Many students said they were disheartened by the election results. Read more...

Photo: UCLA professors cancelled classes and postponed midterms and essay deadlines Wednesday to help students to recover from election results. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

UCLA professors cancelled classes and postponed midterms and essay deadlines Wednesday to help students to recover from election results. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Active Minds held a Community Healing Space for students in Royce Quad on Friday evening to help them talk about and heal from recent tragedies on campus. (Courtesy of Brooke Houser)

Active Minds seeks to provide support in the midst of deaths on campus

About 15 students gathered around glowing candles in Royce Quad on Friday night to express their feelings about the recent deaths on campus. The undergraduate student government committee Active Minds held an event called Community Healing Space in response to the death of a 63-year-old man who fell from the Biomedical Library. Read more...

Photo: Active Minds held a Community Healing Space for students in Royce Quad on Friday evening to help them talk about and heal from recent tragedies on campus. (Courtesy of Brooke Houser)

Active Minds held a Community Healing Space for students in Royce Quad on Friday evening to help them talk about and heal from recent tragedies on campus. (Courtesy of Brooke Houser)

Zehra Abbas, a fifth-year history student, struggled with pregnancy during her second year. She is now looking forward to graduating this year and creating a better future for her two-year-old child. (Burcu Turkay/Daily Bruin)

Student draws from personal experience to advocate for Bruins with children

Zehra Abbas spent her second year at UCLA hiding her belly after she found out she was pregnant. “I hid my pregnancy with jackets because I was under the impression that there was something wrong with me,” Abbas said. Read more...

Photo: Zehra Abbas, a fifth-year history student, struggled with pregnancy during her second year. She is now looking forward to graduating this year and creating a better future for her two-year-old child. (Burcu Turkay/Daily Bruin)

Zehra Abbas, a fifth-year history student, struggled with pregnancy during her second year. She is now looking forward to graduating this year and creating a better future for her two-year-old child. (Burcu Turkay/Daily Bruin)