Sunday, March 26

John Staudhammer, a former professor of engineering and computer graphics at UCLA who immigrated to the United States during World War II, died Feb. 28. (Courtesy of Fred Staudhammer)
John Staudhammer, a former professor of engineering and computer graphics at UCLA who immigrated to the United States during World War II, died Feb. 28. (Courtesy of Fred Staudhammer)

Flux co-founders Alejandro Rioja and Miles Anthony developed a battery charger startup in 2015 that has become a successful company with the help of fellow students Kate Anoufrieva and Max Bronstein. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)
Flux co-founders Alejandro Rioja and Miles Anthony developed a battery charger startup in 2015 that has become a successful company with the help of fellow students Kate Anoufrieva and Max Bronstein. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

UC to reverify eligibility of employee, retiree dependents

University of California Human Resources will reverify the health and welfare eligibility of UC employee and retiree dependents in April. Certain employees and retirees will be asked to provide one example of legal documentation of dependents’ eligibility, and can appeal decisions to a UC Office of the President review board from June 15 to July 15, the UC Office of the President said in a statement Wednesday. Read more...


The Study at Hedrick, a new study hall and eatery, opened to UCLA students on the Hill on Jan. 8. It has been designed to look more like a coffee shop and lounge than a traditional cafeteria. (Tianyi Ruan/Daily Bruin)
The Study at Hedrick, a new study hall and eatery, opened to UCLA students on the Hill on Jan. 8. It has been designed to look more like a coffee shop and lounge than a traditional cafeteria. (Tianyi Ruan/Daily Bruin)

Some students in history professor Gabriel Piterberg's class said they find the protests against him disruptive to their learning. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)
Some students in history professor Gabriel Piterberg's class said they find the protests against him disruptive to their learning. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

Brandon Wolfson, a first-year physics student, won more than $27,000 worth of prizes on the television show, The Price is Right. (Courtesy of Brandon Wolfson)
Brandon Wolfson, a first-year physics student, won more than $27,000 worth of prizes on the television show, The Price is Right. (Courtesy of Brandon Wolfson)

The University of California Regents will meet Wednesday and Thursday for their bimonthly board meeting at UC San Francisco. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)
The University of California Regents will meet Wednesday and Thursday for their bimonthly board meeting at UC San Francisco. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)