Tuesday, September 18


A tree fell on Kelton Avenue on Monday afternoon. Several large trees have fallen on the street over the past year. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Tree falls on Kelton Avenue, causes damage to two vehicles

A tree fell on Kelton Avenue on Monday afternoon, damaging a pickup truck and a station wagon. The fallen tree blocked the road between Ophir Drive and Levering Avenue in front of 555 Kelton Avenue as of Monday evening. Read more...

Photo: A tree fell on Kelton Avenue on Monday afternoon. Several large trees have fallen on the street over the past year. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

A tree fell on Kelton Avenue on Monday afternoon. Several large trees have fallen on the street over the past year. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)



Westwood Neighborhood Council recap – March 14

The Westwood Neighborhood Council meets monthly to discuss issues pertaining to Westwood Village and the surrounding areas. Comments by public officials Jasmine Shamolian, a field representative for Councilmember Paul Koretz, said the Los Angeles Planning and Land Use Management Committee will soon vote to cap short-term rentals in Los Angeles at 180 days. Read more...


The UC Board of Regents increased nonresidential supplemental tuition by 3.5 percent Thursday. The board also increased professional degree supplemental tuition for 23 graduate programs. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

Board of Regents votes to increase tuition of nonresident students

Nonresident students will have to pay $978 more in tuition next year following a vote by the governing board of the University of California on Thursday. Read more...

Photo: The UC Board of Regents increased nonresidential supplemental tuition by 3.5 percent Thursday. The board also increased professional degree supplemental tuition for 23 graduate programs. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

The UC Board of Regents increased nonresidential supplemental tuition by 3.5 percent Thursday. The board also increased professional degree supplemental tuition for 23 graduate programs. (Jenna Smith/Daily Bruin)

The Board of Regents discussed a nonresident tuition increase, housing projects and efforts to advocate for more state funding. During the public comment session, students from various UC campuses, including UCLA, called on the regents to vote against raising out-of-state tuition. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

UC Regents recap – March 14

The governing board of the University of California met for the second day of its March meeting at UCLA on Wednesday. The Board of Regents discussed a nonresident tuition increase, housing projects and efforts to advocate for more state funding. Read more...

Photo: The Board of Regents discussed a nonresident tuition increase, housing projects and efforts to advocate for more state funding. During the public comment session, students from various UC campuses, including UCLA, called on the regents to vote against raising out-of-state tuition. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

The Board of Regents discussed a nonresident tuition increase, housing projects and efforts to advocate for more state funding. During the public comment session, students from various UC campuses, including UCLA, called on the regents to vote against raising out-of-state tuition. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)