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Students can study abroad in Cuba because of eased relations between the U.S. and the island nation. (Courtesy of Devin Murphy)

UCLA to offer Cuba study abroad summer program

UCLA will add Havana, Cuba to the list of destinations students can visit starting in summer 2015. UCLA is the second University of California campus to offer a study abroad program in Cuba after UC Davis. Read more...

Photo: Students can study abroad in Cuba because of eased relations between the U.S. and the island nation. (Courtesy of Devin Murphy)

Students can study abroad in Cuba because of eased relations between the U.S. and the island nation. (Courtesy of Devin Murphy)





Fourth-year anthropology student Shann Dornhecker's app, Drogo Data, allows users to input data on a spreadsheet while they are still in the field. The app saves users hours of tediously typed up data after already spending time in the field logging data into a notebook. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)

UCLA student veteran creates Drago Data app for IBM SmartCamp contest

Fourth-year anthropology student Shann Dornhecker remembers standing in her apartment sobbing because she couldn't find her keys. Other days, she would have sudden angry outbursts or be startled by loud noises. Read more...

Photo: Fourth-year anthropology student Shann Dornhecker's app, Drogo Data, allows users to input data on a spreadsheet while they are still in the field. The app saves users hours of tediously typed up data after already spending time in the field logging data into a notebook. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)

Fourth-year anthropology student Shann Dornhecker's app, Drogo Data, allows users to input data on a spreadsheet while they are still in the field. The app saves users hours of tediously typed up data after already spending time in the field logging data into a notebook. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)


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