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The new makerspace at Rieber Hall will feature design equipment such as 3-D printers, laser cutters and power tools. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)

New makerspace at Rieber Hall to offer students room for creativity

Students will soon be able to create digital design projects and other handiwork at a new makerspace on the Hill. UCLA Residential Life is opening the Maker Space at Rieber Hall in fall quarter after completing renovations two weeks ago. Read more...

Photo: The new makerspace at Rieber Hall will feature design equipment such as 3-D printers, laser cutters and power tools. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)

The new makerspace at Rieber Hall will feature design equipment such as 3-D printers, laser cutters and power tools. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)

Sohom Paul, a third-year statistics and economics student, is one of the two Contrary Capital student investors at UCLA. Contrary Capital is a capital venture fund aimed at helping student entrepreneurs find funding for their startups. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

Venture capital fund opens UCLA branch for student entrepreneurs

Student entrepreneurs at UCLA now have access to a capital venture fund on campus to develop their startup companies. Contrary Capital, which launched its UCLA branch last week, provides mentorship, resources and networking opportunities to student entrepreneurs. Read more...

Photo: Sohom Paul, a third-year statistics and economics student, is one of the two Contrary Capital student investors at UCLA. Contrary Capital is a capital venture fund aimed at helping student entrepreneurs find funding for their startups. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

Sohom Paul, a third-year statistics and economics student, is one of the two Contrary Capital student investors at UCLA. Contrary Capital is a capital venture fund aimed at helping student entrepreneurs find funding for their startups. (Kristie-Valerie Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)


The UCLA Faculty Women's Club will celebrate its centennial in March 2018 and has planned a series of celebratory activities for the upcoming year. (Courtesy of the UCLA Faculty Women's Club)

Faculty Women’s Club celebrates 100 years of empowering women

A UCLA group created to fight for women’s rights before UCLA was even established will be celebrating its centenary this year. The UCLA Faculty Women’s Club is holding several programs for its members over the next few months, including dinners and galas, to celebrate the centenary. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Faculty Women's Club will celebrate its centennial in March 2018 and has planned a series of celebratory activities for the upcoming year. (Courtesy of the UCLA Faculty Women's Club)

The UCLA Faculty Women's Club will celebrate its centennial in March 2018 and has planned a series of celebratory activities for the upcoming year. (Courtesy of the UCLA Faculty Women's Club)



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UCLA adds Nordic studies, Asian languages and linguistics majors

Students can choose from two new undergraduate degree programs starting this fall. UCLA’s two newest majors are Nordic studies and Asian languages and linguistics. The Scandinavian section and the department of Asian languages and cultures created the new majors to broaden their respective departments’ curricula and attract more students to the departments. Read more...

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