Monday, November 19

At a "10 Questions" panel Tuesday, Susan Foster, a dance professor, performed a choreographed lecture to explore the everyday physical realities and limits of the body and its interaction with our expectations of it. (Photo courtesy of Hannah Burnett/UCLA:Arts)

’10 Questions’ showcases multidisciplinary inquiry into ‘What is a body?’

The “10 Questions” lecture series, which will address a different question each week, doubles as a course for students and a panel open to the public. Read more...

Photo: At a "10 Questions" panel Tuesday, Susan Foster, a dance professor, performed a choreographed lecture to explore the everyday physical realities and limits of the body and its interaction with our expectations of it. (Photo courtesy of Hannah Burnett/UCLA:Arts)

At a "10 Questions" panel Tuesday, Susan Foster, a dance professor, performed a choreographed lecture to explore the everyday physical realities and limits of the body and its interaction with our expectations of it. (Photo courtesy of Hannah Burnett/UCLA:Arts)

City councilman Paul Koretz introduced the resolution in opposition to the upcoming National Students for Justice in Palestine conference to be held at UCLA, stating SJP promotes anti-Semitic views. (Daily Bruin file photo)

LA City Council calls on UCLA to cancel Students for Justice in Palestine event

This post was updated Nov. 8 at 10:41 p.m. The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to call on UCLA to cancel a student event. Read more...

Photo: City councilman Paul Koretz introduced the resolution in opposition to the upcoming National Students for Justice in Palestine conference to be held at UCLA, stating SJP promotes anti-Semitic views. (Daily Bruin file photo)

City councilman Paul Koretz introduced the resolution in opposition to the upcoming National Students for Justice in Palestine conference to be held at UCLA, stating SJP promotes anti-Semitic views. (Daily Bruin file photo)

While UCLA has taken measures to accommodate for inaccessibility, including fixing some elevators and creating plans for campus renovations, some students said they feel more could be done. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

FAC hosts town hall to hear feedback on campus accessibility from students with disabilities

This post was updated Nov. 9 at 11:34 a.m. Students said UCLA was prioritizing aesthetics over access by painting some disability placards brown rather than keeping them a clearly visible blue. Read more...

Photo: While UCLA has taken measures to accommodate for inaccessibility, including fixing some elevators and creating plans for campus renovations, some students said they feel more could be done. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

While UCLA has taken measures to accommodate for inaccessibility, including fixing some elevators and creating plans for campus renovations, some students said they feel more could be done. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

Michael Kors and Kate Hudson said students have more influence on social media than they might think. They went on to say students can have an impact even without fame or wealth. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

Michael Kors, Kate Hudson feature in campus event to promote food philanthropy

Actress Kate Hudson said she taught women in Cambodia how to sustain crops for their families and local schools during a service trip with the United Nations World Food Programme. Read more...

Photo: Michael Kors and Kate Hudson said students have more influence on social media than they might think. They went on to say students can have an impact even without fame or wealth. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

Michael Kors and Kate Hudson said students have more influence on social media than they might think. They went on to say students can have an impact even without fame or wealth. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)


Alumnus Brent Wisner said Dewayne Johnson regularly used Roundup while working as a groundskeeper for Benicia Unified School District. He received a diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma after two years of regular exposure. (Courtesy of Todd Cheney)

Alum wins lawsuit against Monsanto for hiding side effects of pesticides

This post was updated Nov. 8 at 10:14 a.m. A UCLA alumnus helped win a lawsuit against agrochemical and agricultural biotechnology company Monsanto, whose herbicide Roundup has been linked to cancer cases throughout the United States. Read more...

Photo: Alumnus Brent Wisner said Dewayne Johnson regularly used Roundup while working as a groundskeeper for Benicia Unified School District. He received a diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma after two years of regular exposure. (Courtesy of Todd Cheney)

Alumnus Brent Wisner said Dewayne Johnson regularly used Roundup while working as a groundskeeper for Benicia Unified School District. He received a diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma after two years of regular exposure. (Courtesy of Todd Cheney)

Kristy Edmunds, executive and artistic director of CAP at UCLA said ownership of the Crest Theater allows CAP to host more small productions than a rental space or Royce Hall. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

New purchase of historic Crest Theater latest in trend of UCLA property purchases

UCLA’s recent purchase of a historic theater is the newest in a long string of local property acquisitions by the university in Westwood. The UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture announced its acquisition of the Crest Theater in Westwood in late October. Read more...

Photo: Kristy Edmunds, executive and artistic director of CAP at UCLA said ownership of the Crest Theater allows CAP to host more small productions than a rental space or Royce Hall. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Kristy Edmunds, executive and artistic director of CAP at UCLA said ownership of the Crest Theater allows CAP to host more small productions than a rental space or Royce Hall. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)


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