Monday, September 23

(Emily Dembinski/Daily Bruin)
(Emily Dembinski/Daily Bruin)

Kamran "Kami" Parsee, the owner of Kami's Hairstyling, died in August. His barbershop, a Westwood institution for 50 years, served hundreds of students and notable figures and provided them a warm, friendly environment to catch up with the campus. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)
Kamran "Kami" Parsee, the owner of Kami's Hairstyling, died in August. His barbershop, a Westwood institution for 50 years, served hundreds of students and notable figures and provided them a warm, friendly environment to catch up with the campus. (Liz Ketcham/Photo editor)

UCLA lifeguards second-year economics Jackson Lieberg (second from left), fourth-year civil and environmental engineering student Margit Maple (middle) and rising fourth-year sociology student Ted White (not pictured) were awarded the American Red Cross Lifesaving Award for Professional Responders for their actions after a man collapsed in the locker room. (Courtesy of Elise Burgos/UCLA)
UCLA lifeguards second-year economics Jackson Lieberg (second from left), fourth-year civil and environmental engineering student Margit Maple (middle) and rising fourth-year sociology student Ted White (not pictured) were awarded the American Red Cross Lifesaving Award for Professional Responders for their actions after a man collapsed in the locker room. (Courtesy of Elise Burgos/UCLA)

Seventy-one alumni from the UCLA screenwriting program in the School of Theater, Film and Television signed a letter protesting statements and tweets by program director Phyllis Nagy they said denigrated the program. They announced they would be halting donations to the program and asking nonalumni donors to do the same. (Daily Bruin file photo)
Seventy-one alumni from the UCLA screenwriting program in the School of Theater, Film and Television signed a letter protesting statements and tweets by program director Phyllis Nagy they said denigrated the program. They announced they would be halting donations to the program and asking nonalumni donors to do the same. (Daily Bruin file photo)

(Alice Lu/Daily Bruin)
(Alice Lu/Daily Bruin)

John Duncan, a professor in the Asian languages and cultures department, retired in June. Duncan, who served in Korea during the Vietnam War, helped create the Center of Korean studies when he arrived to UCLA in 1989.(Courtesy of Peggy McInerny/UCLA)
John Duncan, a professor in the Asian languages and cultures department, retired in June. Duncan, who served in Korea during the Vietnam War, helped create the Center of Korean studies when he arrived to UCLA in 1989.(Courtesy of Peggy McInerny/UCLA)

(Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)
(Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)


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