Friday, February 23

Search commences

A performance art piece enacted by a graduate student simulating Russian roulette has the UCLA art department looking to fill the places of two of its prominent faculty members. Read more...



Referendum planned

The Associated Students of UCLA inched toward determining the terms of a future fee increase Friday as representatives from across the campus met to discuss the possible increase at an entities committee meeting. Read more...


Breaking down walls

After almost a decade of vacancy and disrepair, the house at 11024 Strathmore Dr. was torn down this week. The Tilden Study Center, an organization associated with Catholic group Opus Dei, owns the property and is planning to build the Ahead Leadership Center, an educational facility expanding the center’s current operations in Westwood. Read more...


Record levels of rainfall pack a punch

Record-breaking rainfall has resulted in more than soggy shoes and bad moods. It’s also brought on flooding, property damage and other problems at and around UCLA, including a fallen tree on a fraternity house resulting in dozens of displaced students. Read more...



Panda might hurt ASUCLA profits

In the absence of Panda Express and Taco Bell, two of the university’s more popular restaurants, other Associated Students of UCLA restaurants thrived. Now that Panda has reopened, the long-term effect on ASUCLA restaurants remains uncertain. Read more...



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