Tuesday, October 16

Brian Lewinstein, a UCLA alumnus who graduated in 2016, fell off a waterfall in Umpqua National Forest in southern Oregon on Aug. 12 and is presumed to be dead. (Courtesy of Kai Convery)
Brian Lewinstein, a UCLA alumnus who graduated in 2016, fell off a waterfall in Umpqua National Forest in southern Oregon on Aug. 12 and is presumed to be dead. (Courtesy of Kai Convery)

Dean of Social Sciences Darnell Hunt created the LA Social Science e-Forum as a platform for professors to talk about their research with students, other professors and people outside of UCLA. (Courtesy of Darnell Hunt)
Dean of Social Sciences Darnell Hunt created the LA Social Science e-Forum as a platform for professors to talk about their research with students, other professors and people outside of UCLA. (Courtesy of Darnell Hunt)

The Geffen Academy, located on Kinross Avenue, opened in September and teaches grades six to nine this year. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)
The Geffen Academy, located on Kinross Avenue, opened in September and teaches grades six to nine this year. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)

Maciek Kolodziejczak, the director of student services in the public policy program, will be retiring after 20 years in the Department of Public Policy. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)
Maciek Kolodziejczak, the director of student services in the public policy program, will be retiring after 20 years in the Department of Public Policy. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Jose Ortega, a fourth-year history student who transferred to UCLA in 2015, died May 1. (Courtesy of Daniel Ortega)
Jose Ortega, a fourth-year history student who transferred to UCLA in 2015, died May 1. (Courtesy of Daniel Ortega)

Jeffrey Averill was UCLA's campus architect and was responsible for ensuring a continuous architectural style among the old and new buildings on campus. (UCLA Newsroom)
Jeffrey Averill was UCLA's campus architect and was responsible for ensuring a continuous architectural style among the old and new buildings on campus. (UCLA Newsroom)

UCLA students showed mixed feelings toward President Donald Trump's ban on citizens and refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin)
UCLA students showed mixed feelings toward President Donald Trump's ban on citizens and refugees from seven Muslim-majority countries. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin)


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