Thursday, September 20

Protesters from campus groups including the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United union, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees and Students for Justice in Palestine, demonstrated in front a meeting of the governing board of the University of California on Wednesday. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Various groups protest at Luskin center as UC Regents meeting takes place

Protesters from various campus groups demonstrated in front of a meeting of the governing board of the University of California on Wednesday. The UC Board of Regents is meeting at the UCLA Meyer and Renee Luskin Conference Center this week to discuss issues such as nonresident tuition increases and the University’s financial operations. Read more...

Photo: Protesters from campus groups including the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United union, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees and Students for Justice in Palestine, demonstrated in front a meeting of the governing board of the University of California on Wednesday. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

Protesters from campus groups including the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United union, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees and Students for Justice in Palestine, demonstrated in front a meeting of the governing board of the University of California on Wednesday. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)


UC President Janet Napolitano said she wants at least 70 percent of UC students to get their undergraduate degrees in four years or less. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

UC president speaks on state of University and its finances, future

University of California President Janet Napolitano said Wednesday she thinks the UC Academic Senate should guarantee admission to California Community College students who complete a certain list of courses. Read more...

Photo: UC President Janet Napolitano said she wants at least 70 percent of UC students to get their undergraduate degrees in four years or less. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

UC President Janet Napolitano said she wants at least 70 percent of UC students to get their undergraduate degrees in four years or less. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

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No Offense, But: Birds and Soylent

No Offense is back after a brief break. This week, join Opinion editor Keshav Tadimeti, assistant Opinion editor Abhishek Shetty and Opinion columnist Omar Said as they give the definitive, most thorough rundown of the Bird scooters that took our campus by surprise. Read more...

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(Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA students protest for comprehensive gun control laws

A nationwide political movement reached UCLA when students protested the lack of comprehensive gun control laws on campus Thursday afternoon. About 20 students gathered at Janss Steps to march around Royce Quad, chanting “Hey ho, hey ho, the NRA must go.” Sydney Sacker, a fourth-year communication student, said she organized the walkout on Facebook after being moved by Stoneman Douglas High School students advocating for gun control in Washington, D.C. Read more...

Photo: (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

(Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

New Homeland Security definitions of what constitutes a threat have made it easier for arrested international students to be denied entry to the U.S. or have their visas terminated,
according to the Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA warns international students about increased stringency in visa laws

International students who are arrested could be removed from the country following the federal government’s new emphasis on screening immigrants. The Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars met with student leaders Feb. Read more...

Photo: New Homeland Security definitions of what constitutes a threat have made it easier for arrested international students to be denied entry to the U.S. or have their visas terminated, according to the Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars. (Daily Bruin file photo)

New Homeland Security definitions of what constitutes a threat have made it easier for arrested international students to be denied entry to the U.S. or have their visas terminated,
according to the Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars. (Daily Bruin file photo)