Thursday, July 18

Former UCLA doctor James Heaps faces two more civil lawsuits from nine women alleging abuse. One suit was filed on behalf of three women who were UCLA students at the time of the alleged incidents. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)
Former UCLA doctor James Heaps faces two more civil lawsuits from nine women alleging abuse. One suit was filed on behalf of three women who were UCLA students at the time of the alleged incidents. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Glenn Langer, former director of the UCLA Cardiovascular Research Laboratory, died June 19 at 91 years old. After retiring in 1997, Langer ultimately used over $600,000 of his retirement savings to help disadvantaged public school students attend and graduate from college. (Courtesy of Partnership Scholars Program)
Glenn Langer, former director of the UCLA Cardiovascular Research Laboratory, died June 19 at 91 years old. After retiring in 1997, Langer ultimately used over $600,000 of his retirement savings to help disadvantaged public school students attend and graduate from college. (Courtesy of Partnership Scholars Program)

Michael Skiles, three time Graduate Students Association president and a founder of the North Westwood Neighborhood Council, will graduate this coming week, but his time in Westwood is not over. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)
Michael Skiles, three time Graduate Students Association president and a founder of the North Westwood Neighborhood Council, will graduate this coming week, but his time in Westwood is not over. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

The Asian Pacific Coalition and other Southeast Asian groups in universities across the country advocated last week against deportations of members of the Southeast Asian American community. The week ended with a forum in which speakers discussed how to respond to deportation orders. (Courtesy of Jason Vu)

‘Week of action’ promotes Southeast Asian solidarity with campaigns, forums

Southeast Asian student groups at UCLA and across the nation called attention to rising deportation rates of Southeast Asian Americans under President Donald Trump’s administration. The Asian Pacific Coalition at UCLA, several of its member organizations and Southeast Asian student groups nationwide held a “week of action” last week to raise awareness about the issue. Read more...

The Asian Pacific Coalition and other Southeast Asian groups in universities across the country advocated last week against deportations of members of the Southeast Asian American community. The week ended with a forum in which speakers discussed how to respond to deportation orders. (Courtesy of Jason Vu)

DataRes at UCLA, the first student organization on campus dedicated to the study and practice of data science, held its first showcase Wednesday. Club members presented data projects ranging from comparisons of Los Angeles crime statistics by neighborhood to models tracking Earthlike planets around other stars. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)
DataRes at UCLA, the first student organization on campus dedicated to the study and practice of data science, held its first showcase Wednesday. Club members presented data projects ranging from comparisons of Los Angeles crime statistics by neighborhood to models tracking Earthlike planets around other stars. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)

UCLA distinguished professor of history M. Norton Wise was honored with the highest honor from the History of Science Society on May 22nd. He received the Sarton Medal for his work on the history of physics. (Courtesy of Norton Wise)
UCLA distinguished professor of history M. Norton Wise was honored with the highest honor from the History of Science Society on May 22nd. He received the Sarton Medal for his work on the history of physics. (Courtesy of Norton Wise)

Bruins for Accessible Resources, a student organization which coordinates the efforts of homeless outreach programs on and off campus, held its first resource fair Saturday. It offered clothes, umbrellas and hygiene products donated by Good Clothes Good People, the Westwood Presbyterian Church and other groups. (Courtesy of Mark Jones, Sr.)
Bruins for Accessible Resources, a student organization which coordinates the efforts of homeless outreach programs on and off campus, held its first resource fair Saturday. It offered clothes, umbrellas and hygiene products donated by Good Clothes Good People, the Westwood Presbyterian Church and other groups. (Courtesy of Mark Jones, Sr.)


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