Thursday, December 5

An environmental monitoring system is set up in front of a statue as part of the Easter Island Statue Project. (courtesy of Deidre Whitmore)
An environmental monitoring system is set up in front of a statue as part of the Easter Island Statue Project. (courtesy of Deidre Whitmore)

Arthur Ashe Center releases mumps health alert after outbreak at UC Berkeley

UCLA Arthur Ashe Student Health and Wellness Center has released a mumps health alert following an outbreak at UC Berkeley this past week. At least 20 Berkeley students have reported potential mumps infections as of this evening, and hundreds of students have been waiting in line at UC Berkeley’s student health center for free vaccinations, according to the Daily Californian. No cases have been reported at UCLA. Read more...


The Ecology, Economy, Equity community garden at Sunset Canyon Recreation Center is open to UCLA students, faculty and staff who want to grow their own organic herbs and vegetables.
The Ecology, Economy, Equity community garden at Sunset Canyon Recreation Center is open to UCLA students, faculty and staff who want to grow their own organic herbs and vegetables.



The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center was recently ranked No. 1 in the Los Angeles metropolitan area by the U.S. News & World Report rankings. 

	ISAAC ARJONILLA/daily bruin staff
The Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center was recently ranked No. 1 in the Los Angeles metropolitan area by the U.S. News & World Report rankings. 

	ISAAC ARJONILLA/daily bruin staff

Edward Leamer, director of the UCLA Anderson Forecast, discussed predictions for the national and California economies on Wednesday during a conference in the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

UCLA economists predict increase in jobs during Anderson Forecast conference

Economic recovery will be slow, but California can expect an increase in jobs through 2012, said Jerry Nickelsburg, senior economist at UCLA Anderson Forecast. The forecast, which was discussed at a conference Wednesday at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, compiled predictions for the national and California economies through 2012. Experts predict that an increase in manufacturing jobs is needed to drive recovery, Nickelsburg said. Read more...

Edward Leamer, director of the UCLA Anderson Forecast, discussed predictions for the national and California economies on Wednesday during a conference in the UCLA Anderson School of Management.


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