Sunday, March 26

The undergraduate student government tends to more exclusively serve politically active students groups, but not the entire student body. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The undergraduate student government tends to more exclusively serve politically active students groups, but not the entire student body. (Daily Bruin file photo)

(Juliette Le Saint/Daily Bruin)
(Juliette Le Saint/Daily Bruin)

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No Offense, But: City of Angels

This week on No Offense, Opinion editors Chris Campbell and Keshav Tadimeti are joined by columnist Abhishek Shetty and talk about the future of development in Los Angeles, in light of the variety of ballot measures in this week’s city elections. Read more...

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No Offense, But: TAs and Kim Jong Nam

This week on No Offense, assistant Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti and columnist Abhishek Shetty talk about the shortage of teacher’s assistants in the life science and physical sciences department, and what UCLA needs to do to make sure discussion sections, well, happen. Read more...

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With the upcoming mayoral elections in mind, the Quad looks back on Daily Bruin's 1981 interview with Tom Bradley. (Daily Bruin archives)
With the upcoming mayoral elections in mind, the Quad looks back on Daily Bruin's 1981 interview with Tom Bradley. (Daily Bruin archives)

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