Monday, March 25

Dozens of students marched silently through campus Monday night as part of a vigil for the victims of the attacks at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The walk through Royce Quad and down Janss Steps followed the solidarity march in Paris on Sunday. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin)

UCLA student groups hold vigil for victims of Charlie Hebdo attack

About 70 students gathered in Meyerhoff Park Monday night to express solidarity with the victims of the recent attacks at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and at a Jewish supermarket near Porte de Vincennes, France. Read more...

Photo: Dozens of students marched silently through campus Monday night as part of a vigil for the victims of the attacks at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The walk through Royce Quad and down Janss Steps followed the solidarity march in Paris on Sunday. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin)

Dozens of students marched silently through campus Monday night as part of a vigil for the victims of the attacks at the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The walk through Royce Quad and down Janss Steps followed the solidarity march in Paris on Sunday. (Daniel Alcazar/Daily Bruin)

Madhavi Marigold Muppala, a student at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, balances her studies in business with her work in the film industry.
(Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)

Anderson School student strikes balance between filmmaking, business

Madhavi Marigold Muppala spends her days switching between business classes at the UCLA Anderson School of Management and meetings about the intricacies of making characters move realistically in animated films. Read more...

Photo: Madhavi Marigold Muppala, a student at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, balances her studies in business with her work in the film industry. (Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)

Madhavi Marigold Muppala, a student at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, balances her studies in business with her work in the film industry.
(Hannah Ye/Daily Bruin)

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Letters and Science, Anderson School offers entrepreneurship minor

Students interested in developing a new business or understanding entrepreneurial ideas can take a new undergraduate minor in entrepreneurship starting this quarter. The College of Letters and Science and the Anderson School of Management, which are jointly offering the minor, are accepting applications for the minor on a rolling basis. Read more...

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The grandchildren of Yehuda Boodaie and his wife Sara Boodaie all share a drive to do charitable work. They said they were inspired to give back to their communities by their grandfather.

Inspired by grandfather, 13 cousins devote themselves to charity work

Sara Boodaie’s 13 grandchildren share more than a physical resemblance – they’re all UCLA students or alumni and each wants to give back to their community. Read more...

Photo: The grandchildren of Yehuda Boodaie and his wife Sara Boodaie all share a drive to do charitable work. They said they were inspired to give back to their communities by their grandfather.

The grandchildren of Yehuda Boodaie and his wife Sara Boodaie all share a drive to do charitable work. They said they were inspired to give back to their communities by their grandfather.

Karin Stanford, who co-authored "Nine Lives of a Black Panther: A Story of Survival," will conduct a talk on the book Tuesday. (Courtesy of Karin Stanford)

Authors’ Series Lecture to focus on Black Panther memoir

A UCLA research and academic center will host a talk Tuesday about a book detailing the experiences of a member of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense in Los Angeles during the 1970s. Read more...

Photo: Karin Stanford, who co-authored "Nine Lives of a Black Panther: A Story of Survival," will conduct a talk on the book Tuesday. (Courtesy of Karin Stanford)

Karin Stanford, who co-authored "Nine Lives of a Black Panther: A Story of Survival," will conduct a talk on the book Tuesday. (Courtesy of Karin Stanford)

(Courtesy of Natalie Kalbakian)

Artsakh Awareness Week brings attention to regional conflict, Armenian history

A war waging thousands of miles away forced Julie Avetisyan’s parents to flee their home in Baku, Azerbaijan, when they were 17 years old. Avetisyan, now a first-year fine arts student and member of the Armenian Students’ Association, said her family was uprooted from their home during the Artsakh Liberation War, fought in the 1980s to the 1990s. Read more...

Photo: (Courtesy of Natalie Kalbakian)

(Courtesy of Natalie Kalbakian)


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