Tuesday, November 21

ASUCLA dependent on referendum’s passage

The Associated Students of UCLA could face a strained financial future or bankruptcy if a fee referendum does not gain approval from students in the spring elections, according to financial projections made by the association. Read more...


Fee hike could benefit ASUCLA

The student association fee increase that will appear on undergraduate and graduate ballots in a few weeks could mean much more than an additional dent in student pocketbooks. Read more...


Union calls strike a success

The strike on Thursday held by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees resulted in the closure of multiple dorm dining halls and a decrease in sales at outlets of the Associated Students of UCLA. Read more...


UCLA’s fees low among UCs

As other University of California campuses see their student union yearly fees of hundreds of dollars go up even more, the Associated Students of UCLA is considering increasing its annual $7.50 fee, which would still be among the lowest in the system. Read more...


Student recalled as friendly, humorous

To friends and family, third-year English student, Samuel Parke Massey, was a constant source of humor and compassion. “He was somebody who didn’t judge others by their appearance,” said Matthew Ontell, one of Massey’s Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity brothers. Read more...



Baby on board

Earning a degree is hard enough. Earning one while raising a family in Westwood is even harder. Fourth-year political science student Sean Davis lives in a one bedroom apartment on Kelton Avenue with his wife, Katrina, and 6-month-old daughter, Emilie, while he balances the responsibilities of earning a university degree and the pace of life in a college town while being a father in a new family. Read more...



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