Monday, July 15

(Clara Vamvulescu/Daily Bruin)
(Clara Vamvulescu/Daily Bruin)

Glenn Langer, former director of the UCLA Cardiovascular Research Laboratory, died June 19 at 91 years old. After retiring in 1997, Langer ultimately used over $600,000 of his retirement savings to help disadvantaged public school students attend and graduate from college. (Courtesy of Partnership Scholars Program)
Glenn Langer, former director of the UCLA Cardiovascular Research Laboratory, died June 19 at 91 years old. After retiring in 1997, Langer ultimately used over $600,000 of his retirement savings to help disadvantaged public school students attend and graduate from college. (Courtesy of Partnership Scholars Program)

UCLA Health's People-Animal Connection program began when a cardiology nurse noticed patients who had fish tanks in their rooms did better during medical treatment. It connects therapy dogs, and one therapy miniature horse, to students and UCLA Health patients. (Courtesy of UCLA People-Animal Connection)
UCLA Health's People-Animal Connection program began when a cardiology nurse noticed patients who had fish tanks in their rooms did better during medical treatment. It connects therapy dogs, and one therapy miniature horse, to students and UCLA Health patients. (Courtesy of UCLA People-Animal Connection)

Formula Drone at UCLA will race its drone against eight other teams in the fall for the chance to win over $1 million. The competition, sponsored by government contractor Lockheed Martin, aims to push forward technology combing unmanned aircraft and artificial intelligence. (Courtesy of Formula Drone at UCLA)
Formula Drone at UCLA will race its drone against eight other teams in the fall for the chance to win over $1 million. The competition, sponsored by government contractor Lockheed Martin, aims to push forward technology combing unmanned aircraft and artificial intelligence. (Courtesy of Formula Drone at UCLA)

Members of the Los Angeles Sudanese community gathered to condemn recent acts committed against civilians by Sudan’s current military government and called for an end to the humanitarian crisis affecting the area.
(Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Protesters gather in LA in response to recent acts committed by Sudanese government

More than 100 people gathered in Sawtelle and Century City on Thursday to protest the military government of Sudan for violently repressing Sudan’s civilian revolution. Members of the Los Angeles Sudanese community held a demonstration in front of the consulates general of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to denounce their involvement in the revolution in Sudan. Read more...

Members of the Los Angeles Sudanese community gathered to condemn recent acts committed against civilians by Sudan’s current military government and called for an end to the humanitarian crisis affecting the area.
(Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

(Aileen Nguyen/Graphics editor)
(Aileen Nguyen/Graphics editor)

Almost two-thirds of appeals made against businesses in Westwood over the last two decades have come from three individuals. Steve Sann has filed 23 of Westwood’s appeals since 1998. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)
Almost two-thirds of appeals made against businesses in Westwood over the last two decades have come from three individuals. Steve Sann has filed 23 of Westwood’s appeals since 1998. (Tanmay Shankar/Assistant Photo editor)


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