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The Kerckhoff Hall patio was scheduled to be waterproofed during the summer of 2017, but ASUCLA reallocated the $400,000 earmarked for the repairs for more immediate projects.  (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

ASUCLA focuses on repairing ceiling leaks in campus buildings

Associated Students UCLA officials are continuously repairing ceilings and interior damage to campus buildings due to leakages. Ackerman Union and Kerckhoff Hall have had frequent ceiling leaks for several years. Read more...

Photo: The Kerckhoff Hall patio was scheduled to be waterproofed during the summer of 2017, but ASUCLA reallocated the $400,000 earmarked for the repairs for more immediate projects. (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

The Kerckhoff Hall patio was scheduled to be waterproofed during the summer of 2017, but ASUCLA reallocated the $400,000 earmarked for the repairs for more immediate projects.  (Miriam Bribiesca/Photo editor)

The Little Bruins Clubhouse, which is now undergoing a pilot program, will have a grand opening next quarter. It is a child supervision program on the Wooden Center's second floor. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)

UCLA Recreation to expand after-school child care program

Students with children will have access to more evening child care services spring quarter. UCLA Recreation will expand its winter pilot program called the Little Bruins Clubhouse, which provides evening child care services. Read more...

Photo: The Little Bruins Clubhouse, which is now undergoing a pilot program, will have a grand opening next quarter. It is a child supervision program on the Wooden Center's second floor. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)

The Little Bruins Clubhouse, which is now undergoing a pilot program, will have a grand opening next quarter. It is a child supervision program on the Wooden Center's second floor. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)

Members of Bruins Against Sexual Harassment protested outside professor Gabriel Piterberg's class at the beginning of winter quarter, and hope the USAC resolution will change how sexual violence and sexual harassment cases are settled in the future. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)

USAC resolution encourages UC to reform sexual assault review process

Students are encouraging the university to adopt a more democratic review process for sexual assault cases. The undergraduate student government passed a resolution last Tuesday that recommends the University of California Office of the President make its peer review committee, which intervenes if the university fails to respond adequately to allegations, more diverse. Read more...

Photo: Members of Bruins Against Sexual Harassment protested outside professor Gabriel Piterberg's class at the beginning of winter quarter, and hope the USAC resolution will change how sexual violence and sexual harassment cases are settled in the future. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)

Members of Bruins Against Sexual Harassment protested outside professor Gabriel Piterberg's class at the beginning of winter quarter, and hope the USAC resolution will change how sexual violence and sexual harassment cases are settled in the future. (Jintak Han/Assistant photo editor)

Rafi Sands, USAC external vice president, engaged in a discussion with Matthew Ziering, member of Jesse Creed for LA City Council campaign, on the need to vote against Measure S and ways to increase student voter turn out during the campaign's first meeting on Thursday. (Haoyang Yan/Daily Bruin)

New USAC campaign encourages students to vote ‘no’ on LA’s Measure S

Students began preparing for a campaign Thursday against a new housing measure that would restrict off-campus housing developments. The undergraduate student government external vice president’s office held an event for a new campaign, Save UCLA Housing: No on Measure S, to encourage discussion about the Measure S ballot initiative. Read more...

Photo: Rafi Sands, USAC external vice president, engaged in a discussion with Matthew Ziering, member of Jesse Creed for LA City Council campaign, on the need to vote against Measure S and ways to increase student voter turn out during the campaign's first meeting on Thursday. (Haoyang Yan/Daily Bruin)

Rafi Sands, USAC external vice president, engaged in a discussion with Matthew Ziering, member of Jesse Creed for LA City Council campaign, on the need to vote against Measure S and ways to increase student voter turn out during the campaign's first meeting on Thursday. (Haoyang Yan/Daily Bruin)

USAC recap – Feb. 7

The Undergraduate Students Association Council is the official student government representing the undergraduate student body at UCLA. Council meetings usually take place every week on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Read more...