Saturday, September 23

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ASUCLA's authority over student dining options has extended as far as depriving us of sweet, sweet Sbarro. (Katherine Zhuo/Daily Bruin)

The Quad: Why don’t we have Starbucks on campus?

“I miss UCLA coffee,” said no one ever. If you haven’t let out an unsatisfied grumble or wince after a sip of an iced mocha from Bruin Café or Kerckhoff Coffeehouse this week, you, my friend, are either getting used to the quality of coffee available here or are simply not a religious coffee drinker. Read more...

ASUCLA's authority over student dining options has extended as far as depriving us of sweet, sweet Sbarro. (Katherine Zhuo/Daily Bruin)

Pepcid and Zantac are often used to combat alcohol flushing, but may have unintended side effects. (Creative Commons photo by Canned Muffins via Flickr)
Pepcid and Zantac are often used to combat alcohol flushing, but may have unintended side effects. (Creative Commons photo by Canned Muffins via Flickr)

(Harish Balasubramani/Daily Bruin)
(Harish Balasubramani/Daily Bruin)

The Luskin conference center is one of many buildings on campus made possible with private donations. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)
The Luskin conference center is one of many buildings on campus made possible with private donations. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

(Jesse Wang/Daily Bruin)

The Quad: On finding your niche in college

Hailing from the Midwest, UCLA was as foreign to me as California’s year-round summer weather and the 405 traffic. Desperate for any anchor of familiarity during my first quarter, I let my extrovert tendencies run wild in my race to establish my place on this campus and reaped more dead ends than I did connections. Read more...

(Jesse Wang/Daily Bruin)