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Ashley Dittmar from Project Concern International spoke about the effects of world hunger to those gathered for the fasting event, which was intended to raise awareness and show solidarity for those suffering from hunger worldwide. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

Project Concern International holds fast to raise awareness for global hunger

A group of students fasted in solidarity with hungry peoples around the world at an event on the Hill on Sunday. The event “Go Hungry for the Hungry” was co-sponsored by the UCLA branch of Project Concern International and UCLA Residential Life. Read more...

Photo: Ashley Dittmar from Project Concern International spoke about the effects of world hunger to those gathered for the fasting event, which was intended to raise awareness and show solidarity for those suffering from hunger worldwide. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

Ashley Dittmar from Project Concern International spoke about the effects of world hunger to those gathered for the fasting event, which was intended to raise awareness and show solidarity for those suffering from hunger worldwide. (Alyssa Dorn/Daily Bruin)

The Undergraduate Students Association Council passed a resolution on a program called Books Not Bombs, which aims to help Syrian student refugees, on Feb. 14. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)

USAC passes resolution supporting education of Syrian refugees

Students are working to financially support Syrian students through a new resolution passed Feb. 14. The Undergraduate Students Association Council passed the Books Not Bombs resolution, which aims to make it easier for Syrian refugees to seek an education in the United States. Read more...

Photo: The Undergraduate Students Association Council passed a resolution on a program called Books Not Bombs, which aims to help Syrian student refugees, on Feb. 14. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)

The Undergraduate Students Association Council passed a resolution on a program called Books Not Bombs, which aims to help Syrian student refugees, on Feb. 14. (Laura Uzes/Daily Bruin)


Protests and other expressions of free speech dominated January's Daily Bruin coverage. (Photo collage by Daily Bruin staff)

The Quad: January 2017′s Daily Bruin Roundup

This February, we are introducing the Quad’s monthly Daily Bruin Roundup, a recap of the previous month’s Daily Bruin articles you should have read (but maybe didn’t), touching on campus, local and national events. Read more...

Photo: Protests and other expressions of free speech dominated January's Daily Bruin coverage. (Photo collage by Daily Bruin staff)

Protests and other expressions of free speech dominated January's Daily Bruin coverage. (Photo collage by Daily Bruin staff)


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