Sunday, November 18

Hard alcohol is now banned at UCLA Interfraternity Council-member fraternities such as Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Zeta Beta Tau. The ban goes into effect immediately. (Daily Bruin file photo)

IFC bans alcohol over 15 percent ABV at in-house fraternity events

The Interfraternity Council voted Tuesday to ban all drinks over 15 percent alcohol by volume at in-house fraternity events. In a statement released by the council, the IFC Executive Board and Presidents’ Council also announced the passage of changes to their risk management policies during a regular council meeting. Read more...

Photo: Hard alcohol is now banned at UCLA Interfraternity Council-member fraternities such as Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Zeta Beta Tau. The ban goes into effect immediately. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Hard alcohol is now banned at UCLA Interfraternity Council-member fraternities such as Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Zeta Beta Tau. The ban goes into effect immediately. (Daily Bruin file photo)

North-American Interfraternity Conference member fraternities at UCLA will have one year to enforce a national organization ban on hard alcohol. (Photo Illustration by Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Fraternities affected by alcohol ban will hold responsibility for its enforcement

UCLA fraternities that are members of the North-American Interfraternity Conference will be responsible for enforcing a ban on hard alcohol from their events and houses over the course of the next year. Read more...

Photo: North-American Interfraternity Conference member fraternities at UCLA will have one year to enforce a national organization ban on hard alcohol. (Photo Illustration by Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

North-American Interfraternity Conference member fraternities at UCLA will have one year to enforce a national organization ban on hard alcohol. (Photo Illustration by Amy Dixon/Photo editor)


The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved new electric scooter rules and regulations in a vote Tuesday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

LA approves cap on scooters from companies such as Bird, Lime

The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved new rules and regulations for electric, dockless scooters Tuesday after months of debate and confusion regarding monitoring their usage. Read more...

Photo: The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved new electric scooter rules and regulations in a vote Tuesday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved new electric scooter rules and regulations in a vote Tuesday. (Daily Bruin file photo)



Electric pay-per-minute scooters from companies, like Bird Rides, Inc. and LimeBike, are facing new potential regulations in Los Angeles after facing backlash from a city council member and residents. (Nathan Smith/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Electric scooters may face enforced regulations to continue operation in LA

An Los Angeles city council member proposed banning electric scooters at the end of July until the city begins issuing permits to companies that make them. Read more...

Photo: Electric pay-per-minute scooters from companies, like Bird Rides, Inc. and LimeBike, are facing new potential regulations in Los Angeles after facing backlash from a city council member and residents. (Nathan Smith/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Electric pay-per-minute scooters from companies, like Bird Rides, Inc. and LimeBike, are facing new potential regulations in Los Angeles after facing backlash from a city council member and residents. (Nathan Smith/Daily Bruin senior staff)