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A $5 million gift from Morton La Kretz funded the new La Kretz Garden Pavilion, which features a welcome center with a multifunctioning classroom to attract more visitors. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)
A $5 million gift from Morton La Kretz funded the new La Kretz Garden Pavilion, which features a welcome center with a multifunctioning classroom to attract more visitors. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor)

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GSA recap – May 10

The Graduate Students Association is the voice of graduate students on campus. The association meets for forum every three weeks and takes positions on current issues affecting graduate students. Read more...


Edward Young, a professor of earth, planetary and space sciences, was principal investigator of an interdisciplinary research team that found that the ratio of heavy and light silicon isotopes in space does not align with existing theories of the early universe. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)

UCLA research on silicon in space finds potential gaps in Big Bang theory

UCLA researchers discovered that heavy elements do not necessarily concentrate where the universe ages the most, contrary to a long-held scientific theory. An interdisciplinary research team at UCLA found that the ratios between heavier and lighter silicon isotopes are almost constant at different locations in the Milky Way, in contrast to established theories which state that heavier isotopes are more abundant at the galactic center. Read more...

Edward Young, a professor of earth, planetary and space sciences, was principal investigator of an interdisciplinary research team that found that the ratio of heavy and light silicon isotopes in space does not align with existing theories of the early universe. (Wesley Hardin/Daily Bruin)

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The USAC external vice president's office wants to pressure the university to take more concrete measures, such as educating students about self-protection, to prevent gun violence on campus. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)

Panelists discuss ideas for gun control at Kerckhoff event

Activists and experts shared their opinions about gun control and how students can protect themselves against gun violence on campus at an event Wednesday evening. Four speakers discussed their ideas for and against gun control at a panel called “Guns and Our Community.” The Undergraduate Students Association Council external vice president’s office held the event at the Kerckhoff Grand Salon to commemorate the campus shooting which occurred about one year ago. Read more...

The USAC external vice president's office wants to pressure the university to take more concrete measures, such as educating students about self-protection, to prevent gun violence on campus. (Andrew Arifin/Daily Bruin)


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