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ASUCLA Board of Directors recap – Jan. 30

Associated Students UCLA is a multimillion-dollar organization that provides student services and activities that the university does not fund. It oversees the Undergraduate Students Association Council, Graduate Students Association, Communications Board, campus services and enterprises. Read more...


Hakop Kaplanyan (center), 20, is accompanied by his lawyer, George Mgdesyan (left) as he waits to be sentenced. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)

Former UCLA water polo player accepts plea deal for assault charges

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge sentenced a former UCLA water polo player to 180 days in jail and five years of probation Thursday after he pleaded no contest to one charge of assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury and one charge of making a criminal threat. Read more...

Photo: Hakop Kaplanyan (center), 20, is accompanied by his lawyer, George Mgdesyan (left) as he waits to be sentenced. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)

Hakop Kaplanyan (center), 20, is accompanied by his lawyer, George Mgdesyan (left) as he waits to be sentenced. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin)

Finalists at the Bruin Value Investing club's stock pitch competition gathered to hear the results on Friday. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Bruin Value Investing club holds first stock pitch competition

This post was updated on Jan. 26 at 10:17 a.m. Students dressed in business suits brought Wall Street action to UCLA on Friday as part of the first stock pitch competition for the Bruin Value Investing club. Read more...

Photo: Finalists at the Bruin Value Investing club's stock pitch competition gathered to hear the results on Friday. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Finalists at the Bruin Value Investing club's stock pitch competition gathered to hear the results on Friday. (Owen Emerson/Daily Bruin senior staff)


The UCLA chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha, at 555 Gayley, rescinded its charter Wednesday. (Kelsey Kong/Daily Bruin)

UCLA chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity rescinds charter

The UCLA chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha stopped operating as an official campus fraternity Wednesday because of financial problems. The fraternity internally decided to pull its charter because it could not pay off its debts of between $10,000 and $25,000 to the national Pi Kappa Alpha organization, said Matthew Li, president of the chapter and a third-year geology/engineering geology student. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha, at 555 Gayley, rescinded its charter Wednesday. (Kelsey Kong/Daily Bruin)

The UCLA chapter of Pi Kappa Alpha, at 555 Gayley, rescinded its charter Wednesday. (Kelsey Kong/Daily Bruin)