Monday, September 25

Michelle Christie, founder of No Limits, a nonprofit for deaf children and families, poses with students. (Courtesy of No Limits)
Michelle Christie, founder of No Limits, a nonprofit for deaf children and families, poses with students. (Courtesy of No Limits)

Constance Cheeks, who returned to UCLA last year to pursue a degree in African American studies and continue her activist efforts, died of bone cancer Jan. 28. (Frank To/Daily Bruin)
Constance Cheeks, who returned to UCLA last year to pursue a degree in African American studies and continue her activist efforts, died of bone cancer Jan. 28. (Frank To/Daily Bruin)

Bernard Wolfsdorf, an immigration attorney, explained the effects of President Donald Trump's executive order on refugees and immigration and how to avoid deportation. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

Immigration attorney talks Trump executive order on immigration

An immigration attorney explained President Donald Trump’s recent executive order on refugees and immigrants Wednesday, to about 50 students and faculty. The Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars hosted Bernard Wolfsdorf, who immigrated to the United States from South Africa because he opposed apartheid. Read more...

Bernard Wolfsdorf, an immigration attorney, explained the effects of President Donald Trump's executive order on refugees and immigration and how to avoid deportation. (Stella Huang/Daily Bruin)

John Roberts, a 1941 UCLA alumnus, died Oct. 29 of a stroke, at the age of 98. He made many influential discoveries in the field of modern organic chemistry, such as the discovery of the benzyne. (California Institute of Technology)
John Roberts, a 1941 UCLA alumnus, died Oct. 29 of a stroke, at the age of 98. He made many influential discoveries in the field of modern organic chemistry, such as the discovery of the benzyne. (California Institute of Technology)

The Bruin Consent Coalition held an event called "Scribble Your Support" in Kerckhoff Patio on Monday, where students could write messages of support and positivity for sexual assault survivors. (Anthony Tran/Daily Bruin)

Bruin Consent Coalition offers support for sexual assault survivors

Students wrote supportive notes for sexual assault survivors, including “You are not your trauma” and “I believe you” on a blackboard Monday. Bruin Consent Coalition, a committee in the undergraduate student government Student Wellness Commission, held an event called “Scribble Your Support” on Kerckhoff Patio to support survivors, amid election season, said Chloe Pan, co-director of the coalition and a third-year international development studies and Asian American studies student. Read more...

The Bruin Consent Coalition held an event called "Scribble Your Support" in Kerckhoff Patio on Monday, where students could write messages of support and positivity for sexual assault survivors. (Anthony Tran/Daily Bruin)

UCLA students Dustin Wong (left), a fourth-year biology student, Ram Sivasundaram (center) and Victor Wu (right), fourth-year economics students, created Bruin Dine, a new app that helps students find people to eat with at dining halls on the Hill. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)
UCLA students Dustin Wong (left), a fourth-year biology student, Ram Sivasundaram (center) and Victor Wu (right), fourth-year economics students, created Bruin Dine, a new app that helps students find people to eat with at dining halls on the Hill. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)

(Rachel Zhu/Daily Bruin)
(Rachel Zhu/Daily Bruin)


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