Sunday, November 18

The 38th annual Vietnamese Culture Night took place Monday in Royce Hall and was themed "Time in Tides." The event, which was hosted by the Vietnamese Student Union, featured a theatrical production and a mix of dance and musical performances by student groups such as AweChords A Capella and VSU Modern. This year's event focused on the topics of cultural assimilation and the shifts in Vietnamese culture over time in America. (Manpreet Grewal/Daily Bruin)

Photo: Vietnamese Culture Night focused on cultural assimilation, change over time

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Photo: The 38th annual Vietnamese Culture Night took place Monday in Royce Hall and was themed "Time in Tides." The event, which was hosted by the Vietnamese Student Union, featured a theatrical production and a mix of dance and musical performances by student groups such as AweChords A Capella and VSU Modern. This year's event focused on the topics of cultural assimilation and the shifts in Vietnamese culture over time in America. (Manpreet Grewal/Daily Bruin)

The 38th annual Vietnamese Culture Night took place Monday in Royce Hall and was themed "Time in Tides." The event, which was hosted by the Vietnamese Student Union, featured a theatrical production and a mix of dance and musical performances by student groups such as AweChords A Capella and VSU Modern. This year's event focused on the topics of cultural assimilation and the shifts in Vietnamese culture over time in America. (Manpreet Grewal/Daily Bruin)

UCLA Dining Services and Residential Life may ban students from certain dining halls if they take extra food from those facilities. The current policy allows guests to take out one fruit, baked good or dessert. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Students may be banned from dining halls for violating takeout policy

If students living on the Hill are caught taking out more than one piece of fruit or dessert from a dining hall, they could be banned from that dining hall for the rest of the academic year. Read more...

Photo: UCLA Dining Services and Residential Life may ban students from certain dining halls if they take extra food from those facilities. The current policy allows guests to take out one fruit, baked good or dessert. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA Dining Services and Residential Life may ban students from certain dining halls if they take extra food from those facilities. The current policy allows guests to take out one fruit, baked good or dessert. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Asli Bâli received the award for advocating against President Donald Trump's travel ban earlier this year. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA professor receives award for work countering travel ban

A UCLA law professor received an award from the Middle East Studies Association for her advocacy work earlier this month. Asli Bâli received the 2017 Middle East Studies Association Presidential Award for her work challenging President Donald Trump’s travel ban earlier this year on individuals from several Muslim-majority countries. Read more...

Photo: Asli Bâli received the award for advocating against President Donald Trump's travel ban earlier this year. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Asli Bâli received the award for advocating against President Donald Trump's travel ban earlier this year. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Arya Ghavami, a UCLA alumnus who graduated in 2010, created an iOS app called FOCUS to help users make social plans together. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus launches social media app to help coordinate in-person plans

A UCLA alumnus created a social media app to help people efficiently make social plans with friends. Arya Ghavami, who graduated from UCLA in 2010, created FOCUS, an iOS app set to launch in early December. Read more...

Photo: Arya Ghavami, a UCLA alumnus who graduated in 2010, created an iOS app called FOCUS to help users make social plans together. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)

Arya Ghavami, a UCLA alumnus who graduated in 2010, created an iOS app called FOCUS to help users make social plans together. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)


UCLA researchers in the Luskin School of Public Affairs published a study in October that found mobile home parks in California are vulnerable to poor water quality and lack of access to water.
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Research discovers mobile home parks lack access to quality water service

UCLA researchers in the Luskin School of Public Affairs found that mobile home parks in California receive inadequate, poor-quality water service. In a study published in October, Gregory Pierce, an adjunct assistant professor in urban planning, and Silvia Gonzalez, a doctoral student in urban planning, assessed drinking water quality and access in mobile home parks in California. Read more...

Photo: UCLA researchers in the Luskin School of Public Affairs published a study in October that found mobile home parks in California are vulnerable to poor water quality and lack of access to water. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA researchers in the Luskin School of Public Affairs published a study in October that found mobile home parks in California are vulnerable to poor water quality and lack of access to water.
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