Tuesday, November 20

Counseling and Psychological Services collaborated with the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science to provide biweekly drop-in counseling sessions for engineering students. (Daily Bruin file photo)

CAPS, engineering school team up to provide tailored counseling

UCLA now provides specialized counseling for engineering students. Counseling and Psychological Services collaborated with the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science this quarter to provide biweekly drop-in counseling sessions for engineering students as part of the CAPS satellite clinic at the school of engineering. Read more...

Photo: Counseling and Psychological Services collaborated with the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science to provide biweekly drop-in counseling sessions for engineering students. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Counseling and Psychological Services collaborated with the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science to provide biweekly drop-in counseling sessions for engineering students. (Daily Bruin file photo)


Undergraduate Students Associated Council passed a resolution condemning a perceived administrative overstep in UCLA's cease-and-desist to National Students for Justice in Palestine regarding their conference logo. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

UCLA faces controversy for trademark claim against NSJP conference logo

Students offered both support and condemnation of a recent administrative action against a Palestinian-rights group for using UCLA trademarks in their conference logo. UCLA administrators sent National Students for Justice in Palestine a cease-and-desist letter Oct. Read more...

Photo: Undergraduate Students Associated Council passed a resolution condemning a perceived administrative overstep in UCLA's cease-and-desist to National Students for Justice in Palestine regarding their conference logo. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

Undergraduate Students Associated Council passed a resolution condemning a perceived administrative overstep in UCLA's cease-and-desist to National Students for Justice in Palestine regarding their conference logo. (Isra Ameen/Daily Bruin)

UCPD Detective John Berkeland (left) and Lt. Scott Scheffler (right) volunteered to help with the Woolsey fire, which has affected 98,362 acres across Ventura and Los Angeles counties as of Wednesday. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)

UCPD officers volunteer as first responders in areas affected by Woolsey fire

The garage door of an elderly couple’s home would not open, leaving them trapped in their home in Malibu during the Woolsey fire. No one had heard from the couple, and eventually university police received a call asking for their whereabouts. Read more...

Photo: UCPD Detective John Berkeland (left) and Lt. Scott Scheffler (right) volunteered to help with the Woolsey fire, which has affected 98,362 acres across Ventura and Los Angeles counties as of Wednesday. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)

UCPD Detective John Berkeland (left) and Lt. Scott Scheffler (right) volunteered to help with the Woolsey fire, which has affected 98,362 acres across Ventura and Los Angeles counties as of Wednesday. (Jenna Nicole Smith/Daily Bruin)

While at UCLA, both Steve O’Dell and Robbie Page played on the men’s volleyball team. Page said the two began to experience negative side effects from consuming energy drinks and coffee and wanted to find a healthier alternative. (Courtesy of Tenzo Tea)

Tenzo Tea founders, UCLA alumni spill tea on entrepreneurship, healthy energy

Two UCLA alumni founded a tea company to provide a healthy source of energy and to give to those in need. Robbie Page, who graduated from UCLA in 2014, and Steve O’Dell, who left UCLA during his fourth year in 2016, founded Tenzo Tea in 2016. Read more...

Photo: While at UCLA, both Steve O’Dell and Robbie Page played on the men’s volleyball team. Page said the two began to experience negative side effects from consuming energy drinks and coffee and wanted to find a healthier alternative. (Courtesy of Tenzo Tea)

While at UCLA, both Steve O’Dell and Robbie Page played on the men’s volleyball team. Page said the two began to experience negative side effects from consuming energy drinks and coffee and wanted to find a healthier alternative. (Courtesy of Tenzo Tea)

The Undergraduate Students Association Council's Financial Supports Commission co-hosted the workshop to discuss how to budget wisely as a student living in an increasingly costly Los Angeles.(Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

New USAC workshops promote financial literacy among underserved communities

Student government and community groups shared financial literacy tips, like how to finesse free Pizookies or how to find the cheapest bus stops, at a workshop Tuesday. Read more...

Photo: The Undergraduate Students Association Council's Financial Supports Commission co-hosted the workshop to discuss how to budget wisely as a student living in an increasingly costly Los Angeles.(Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

The Undergraduate Students Association Council's Financial Supports Commission co-hosted the workshop to discuss how to budget wisely as a student living in an increasingly costly Los Angeles.(Anirudh Keni/Daily Bruin)

Brian Hamel, a political science Ph.D. candidate, said he sees the midterm results as a sign of a new trend of larger voter turnout, and expects even greater Democrat voter turnout in 2020. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Event helps students understand trends in midterm election results

A UCLA Ph.D. candidate said the increased voter turnout in last Tuesday’s midterm election was due to greater enthusiasm among voters. The UCLA Center for Liberal Arts and Free Institutions, along with the Bruin Political Union, co-hosted the event “Midterm Elections: What Happened and Why Does It Matter?” to explain the trends and patterns in the election results. Read more...

Photo: Brian Hamel, a political science Ph.D. candidate, said he sees the midterm results as a sign of a new trend of larger voter turnout, and expects even greater Democrat voter turnout in 2020. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Brian Hamel, a political science Ph.D. candidate, said he sees the midterm results as a sign of a new trend of larger voter turnout, and expects even greater Democrat voter turnout in 2020. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)


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