Monday, October 23

The UCLA Community Programs Office created the boxed food program to address food insecurity on campus with funds from the Social Justice Referendum of 2016. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

Funds from Social Justice Referendum help fortify food closet program

The Community Programs Office Food Closet was able to expand its food options last year after receiving additional funds from a student fee referendum. The CPO used funding from the Social Justice Referendum of 2016 to create the boxed food program, which provides students with prepackaged food during the holiday season, to address food insecurity on campus. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Community Programs Office created the boxed food program to address food insecurity on campus with funds from the Social Justice Referendum of 2016. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

The UCLA Community Programs Office created the boxed food program to address food insecurity on campus with funds from the Social Justice Referendum of 2016. (Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

Michael Jung, a distinguished chemistry and biochemistry professor, and his wife Alice Jung donated $1 million to establish the Michael and Alice Jung Endowed Chair in Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery. (Courtesy of Penny Jennings)

Professor and his wife donate $1 million for UCLA professorship fund

UCLA received a $1 million donation to endow a professorship in medical and drug research. Michael Jung, a distinguished chemistry and biochemistry professor, and his wife Alice Jung made the donation to establish the Michael and Alice Jung Endowed Chair in Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery, according to a UCLA press release on June 14. Read more...

Photo: Michael Jung, a distinguished chemistry and biochemistry professor, and his wife Alice Jung donated $1 million to establish the Michael and Alice Jung Endowed Chair in Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery. (Courtesy of Penny Jennings)

Michael Jung, a distinguished chemistry and biochemistry professor, and his wife Alice Jung donated $1 million to establish the Michael and Alice Jung Endowed Chair in Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery. (Courtesy of Penny Jennings)




The Little Bruins Clubhouse has been modified with more activities, games and books to create a friendly space for children. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

UCLA parents express approval for expanded evening child care program

Parenting students said they are pleased with the extended hours and improved facilities at the Little Bruins Clubhouse, an evening child care service. UCLA Recreation officially opened the child care program April 12 after implementing suggestions it received during the program’s winter pilot phase. Read more...

Photo: The Little Bruins Clubhouse has been modified with more activities, games and books to create a friendly space for children. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

The Little Bruins Clubhouse has been modified with more activities, games and books to create a friendly space for children. (Jintak Han/Assistant Photo editor)

Guest speaker Ana Kasparian, co-host of an online news show The Young Turks, and two UCLA professors engaged in a panel discussion with students Monday night. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Student groups host POLITIFEST to spark political discussion

A co-host of The Young Turks, a popular online news show, engaged students in a discussion about bursting politically ideological bubbles Monday. The Bruin Political Union and the undergraduate student government’s Campus Events Commission hosted POLITIFEST on the Hill on Monday night. Read more...

Photo: Guest speaker Ana Kasparian, co-host of an online news show The Young Turks, and two UCLA professors engaged in a panel discussion with students Monday night. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Guest speaker Ana Kasparian, co-host of an online news show The Young Turks, and two UCLA professors engaged in a panel discussion with students Monday night. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)


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