Wednesday, July 24






Haik Kalantarian, a graduate student in computer science, has helped produce a necklace that tracks its wearer's food and drink intake. Kalantarian said the engineering aspect of the necklace is well-developed, but it needs design modifications to improve comfort and appearance. (Matt Cummings/Daily Bruin)
Haik Kalantarian, a graduate student in computer science, has helped produce a necklace that tracks its wearer's food and drink intake. Kalantarian said the engineering aspect of the necklace is well-developed, but it needs design modifications to improve comfort and appearance. (Matt Cummings/Daily Bruin)

Jabril Muhammad, a first-year sociology and mathematics student, Clara Vara Escamilla, a first-year biology student, and Joyce Lin, a first-year psychobiology student, supervise the napping area in Powell. (Manvel Kapukchyan/Daily Bruin)
Jabril Muhammad, a first-year sociology and mathematics student, Clara Vara Escamilla, a first-year biology student, and Joyce Lin, a first-year psychobiology student, supervise the napping area in Powell. (Manvel Kapukchyan/Daily Bruin)