Saturday, February 24


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No Offense, But: Inclusion and Chocolate

No Offense is back for another week with all your favorites! Chris Campbell, Keshav Tadimeti, Abhishek Shetty and Jacqueline Alvarez gather to talk about the work done by Vice Chancellor of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Jerry Kang – and the work his office still has left. Read more...

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Westwood has a small but prominent homeless population. A housing-first approach emphasizing permanent housing could help these people stablize their living situations. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Jacqueline Alvarez: Housing-first approach must be prioritized for homeless in Westwood

Tony Perez has been living inside his cramped Chevy Cruz for almost 2 years. The fourth-year psychology student became homeless in the fall of 2015 when he was unable to obtain student loans, making him incapable of paying UCLA Housing’s hefty room and boarding bill. Read more...

Photo: Westwood has a small but prominent homeless population. A housing-first approach emphasizing permanent housing could help these people stablize their living situations. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Westwood has a small but prominent homeless population. A housing-first approach emphasizing permanent housing could help these people stablize their living situations. (Daily Bruin file photo)




Student groups need to host constructive debates with clear argumentation guidelines in order to promote a healthy contest of viewpoints, which is necessary to reconcile students' differing political opinions. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Jacqueline Alvarez: Campus “safe spaces” prevent students from engaging in honest dialogue

Two weeks ago, I sat in a safe space in Bunche Hall, eager to open myself to the variety of stories and perspectives students had to share regarding the election results. Read more...

Photo: Student groups need to host constructive debates with clear argumentation guidelines in order to promote a healthy contest of viewpoints, which is necessary to reconcile students' differing political opinions. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

Student groups need to host constructive debates with clear argumentation guidelines in order to promote a healthy contest of viewpoints, which is necessary to reconcile students' differing political opinions. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)