Friday, November 24

Naomi Kisel, a third-year political science and Russian language student, joined the Westwood Neighborhood Council at the council's August meeting. Kisel said she was inspired to work in local politics after hearing about her family's experiences in the former Soviet Union. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

UCLA student fills WWNC vacancy, hopes to promote safety in Westwood

The Westwood Neighborhood Council’s newest member, Naomi Kisel, became interested in city politics after hearing stories about her family’s experiences in the Soviet Union. She said her grandmother was persecuted for her Christian faith, for example. Read more...

Photo: Naomi Kisel, a third-year political science and Russian language student, joined the Westwood Neighborhood Council at the council's August meeting. Kisel said she was inspired to work in local politics after hearing about her family's experiences in the former Soviet Union. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Naomi Kisel, a third-year political science and Russian language student, joined the Westwood Neighborhood Council at the council's August meeting. Kisel said she was inspired to work in local politics after hearing about her family's experiences in the former Soviet Union. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

A tree branch fell on Kelton Avenue, blocking the road from Levering Avenue to Strathmore Drive. The fallen branch did not damage any apartment building.
 (Madeleine Pauker/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Tree branch falls on Kelton Avenue, damages pickup truck

Residents discovered Saturday that a tree fell on Kelton Avenue. The tree had two primary branches, one of which split off from the main trunk and fell onto the street below, damaging a pickup truck. Read more...

Photo: A tree branch fell on Kelton Avenue, blocking the road from Levering Avenue to Strathmore Drive. The fallen branch did not damage any apartment building. (Madeleine Pauker/Daily Bruin senior staff)

A tree branch fell on Kelton Avenue, blocking the road from Levering Avenue to Strathmore Drive. The fallen branch did not damage any apartment building.
 (Madeleine Pauker/Daily Bruin senior staff)


UCLA's campuswide speed limit will drop from 25 to 20 mph starting Sept. 26. UCLA Transportation said it wanted to make campus safer for pedestrians and bicyclists. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)

UCLA to lower speed limit on all campus roadways

This article was updated Sept. 26 at 2:46 p.m. UCLA will be lowering its on-campus speed limit from 25 to 20 mph starting Tuesday. UCLA Transportation announced Monday it is lowering UCLA’s campuswide speed limit as part of its “20 is Plenty” campaign, which promotes safety for campus pedestrians and bicyclists. Read more...

Photo: UCLA's campuswide speed limit will drop from 25 to 20 mph starting Sept. 26. UCLA Transportation said it wanted to make campus safer for pedestrians and bicyclists. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)

UCLA's campuswide speed limit will drop from 25 to 20 mph starting Sept. 26. UCLA Transportation said it wanted to make campus safer for pedestrians and bicyclists. (Daniel Leibowitz/Daily Bruin)

Starting Tuesday, students will be able to rent bikes from hubs around UCLA and Westwood for a monthly or annual fee. Students and faculty have access to discounted rates on memberships. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA Transportation to launch bike share program on campus in October

This article was updated Sept. 26 at 2:51 p.m. Students will soon be able to rent bikes from stations around UCLA and Westwood using a mobile application. Read more...

Photo: Starting Tuesday, students will be able to rent bikes from hubs around UCLA and Westwood for a monthly or annual fee. Students and faculty have access to discounted rates on memberships. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Starting Tuesday, students will be able to rent bikes from hubs around UCLA and Westwood for a monthly or annual fee. Students and faculty have access to discounted rates on memberships. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA and the Westwood Village Improvement Association hosted the first annual UCLA Westwood Village Block Party on Sunday. New students were treated to free samples from Westwood businesses, a roller-skating rink and petting zoo on Broxton Avenue. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Westwood Village Block Party brings local businesses closer to students

Waves of new students entered Westwood Village to roller skate and try food samples at a block party Sunday afternoon. UCLA and the Westwood Village Improvement Association partnered to host the first annual UCLA Westwood Village Block Party as students moved in over the weekend. Read more...

Photo: UCLA and the Westwood Village Improvement Association hosted the first annual UCLA Westwood Village Block Party on Sunday. New students were treated to free samples from Westwood businesses, a roller-skating rink and petting zoo on Broxton Avenue. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA and the Westwood Village Improvement Association hosted the first annual UCLA Westwood Village Block Party on Sunday. New students were treated to free samples from Westwood businesses, a roller-skating rink and petting zoo on Broxton Avenue. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)



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