Thursday, November 23

Joanna Sanchez-Nunez, a fourth-year civil and environmental engineering student who visited Mexico City after the earthquake, said signs of the earthquake remained days after it happened. (Courtesy of Joanna Sanchez-Nunez)

Mexico earthquakes affect students, UCLA community volunteers to help

Joanna Sanchez-Nunez could not have known an earthquake would strike three days before she and her parents planned to visit their family in Mexico City. Sanchez-Nunez, a fourth-year civil and environmental engineering student, said she and her parents initially hesitated to visit the city after the earthquake but decided to continue with their trip and check in on their family members. Read more...

Photo: Joanna Sanchez-Nunez, a fourth-year civil and environmental engineering student who visited Mexico City after the earthquake, said signs of the earthquake remained days after it happened. (Courtesy of Joanna Sanchez-Nunez)

Joanna Sanchez-Nunez, a fourth-year civil and environmental engineering student who visited Mexico City after the earthquake, said signs of the earthquake remained days after it happened. (Courtesy of Joanna Sanchez-Nunez)

Mohammed Cato will start in his new role as UCLA's Title IX coordinator Sept. 25. (Courtesy of Western Washington University)

Mohammed Cato appointed as UCLA’s new Title IX coordinator

UCLA officials announced the appointment of a new director for the campus Title IX office Tuesday. Mohammed Cato will replace interim Title IX coordinator Jessica Price and will start in his new position Sept. Read more...

Photo: Mohammed Cato will start in his new role as UCLA's Title IX coordinator Sept. 25. (Courtesy of Western Washington University)

Mohammed Cato will start in his new role as UCLA's Title IX coordinator Sept. 25. (Courtesy of Western Washington University)

UCLA students have protested in support of undocumented students after the election of Donald Trump as president. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

UCLA students and faculty respond to Trump’s decision to end DACA

When Mishelle Oh wanted to join her high school basketball team, the family she lived with urged her not to play. Because Oh was undocumented, she could not get health insurance and would have had to pay to treat injuries out of pocket. Read more...

Photo: UCLA students have protested in support of undocumented students after the election of Donald Trump as president. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

UCLA students have protested in support of undocumented students after the election of Donald Trump as president. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

UC-employed domestic violence counselors can now exercise evidentiary privilege to keep confidential their communications with their clients after Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 331. (Daily Bruin file photo)

New bill aims to protect privacy and safety of domestic violence survivors

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a new bill into law Aug. 7 that aims to protect the privacy and safety of domestic violence survivors. Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson authored Senate Bill 331, which allows campus-based domestic violence counselors to keep their communications with survivors of domestic violence confidential. Read more...

Photo: UC-employed domestic violence counselors can now exercise evidentiary privilege to keep confidential their communications with their clients after Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 331. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UC-employed domestic violence counselors can now exercise evidentiary privilege to keep confidential their communications with their clients after Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 331. (Daily Bruin file photo)

University of California campus graduate student associations formed a coalition to represent their specific interests. (Courtesy of Joshua Baum)

UC graduate student leaders form independent advocacy group

University of California graduate and professional student leaders created a new group to better advocate for graduate student interests at a meeting last week. At the UC Graduate and Professional Summit, which lasted from July 28 to July 31, representatives from 10 campus graduate student associations passed a resolution creating the UC Graduate-Professional Coalition. Read more...

Photo: University of California campus graduate student associations formed a coalition to represent their specific interests. (Courtesy of Joshua Baum)

University of California campus graduate student associations formed a coalition to represent their specific interests. (Courtesy of Joshua Baum)

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a state budget Tuesday that will increase state funds for the University of California. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Gov. Jerry Brown signs state budget that increases funds for UC

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a $125 billion state budget Tuesday for the 2017-2018 fiscal year that slightly raises state funds for the University of California, but links some funding to certain conditions. Read more...

Photo: Gov. Jerry Brown signed a state budget Tuesday that will increase state funds for the University of California. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a state budget Tuesday that will increase state funds for the University of California. (Daily Bruin file photo)



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