Monday, October 15


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ASUCLA expects to lose more than $1M, plans to open more restaurants

This article was updated Oct. 6 at 11:05 a.m. The Associated Students UCLA is expected to lose more than $1 million this year. Robert Williams, ASUCLA’s executive director, said the organization has budgeted a $1,298,000 loss for ASUCLA’s Services and Enterprises entity this fiscal year because of decreasing textbook sales and growing labor costs. Read more...

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ASUCLA Board of Directors recap – Sept. 29

Associated Students UCLA is a multimillion-dollar organization that provides student services and activities that the university does not fund. It oversees the Undergraduate Students Association Council, Graduate Students Association, Communications Board, campus services and enterprises. Read more...



A new online journal called the UCLA Anderson Review examines a wide range of issues examined and researched by the school of management faculty, students, alumni and business professionals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

School of management debuts UCLA Anderson Review to share faculty research

A new online journal on campus chronicles research on a wide range of business topics, including ways to encourage individuals to save for retirement and the benefits of corporate wellness programs. Read more...

Photo: A new online journal called the UCLA Anderson Review examines a wide range of issues examined and researched by the school of management faculty, students, alumni and business professionals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

A new online journal called the UCLA Anderson Review examines a wide range of issues examined and researched by the school of management faculty, students, alumni and business professionals. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA School of Law alumnus donated $1million to create a new trial advocacy program and create more opportunities for law students. (Courtesy UCLA Newsroom)

UCLA law school to create trial advocacy program with $1M donation

The UCLA School of Law is creating a new trial advocacy program following a $1 million donation from one of its alumni. A. Barry Cappello’s donation is funding the A. Read more...

Photo: UCLA School of Law alumnus donated $1million to create a new trial advocacy program and create more opportunities for law students. (Courtesy UCLA Newsroom)

UCLA School of Law alumnus donated $1million to create a new trial advocacy program and create more opportunities for law students. (Courtesy UCLA Newsroom)


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