Sunday, September 23


Distinguished philosphy professor and former provost of the College of Letters and Sciences Brian Copenhaver retired this year. He will be remembered for creating Fiat Lux courses. (Courtesy of Brian Copenhaver)

UCLA faculty, donors honor retired professor for notable research, leadership

Brian Copenhaver helped organize the first Fiat Lux courses to help students cope with the terrorist attacks of 9/11. Copenhaver, a distinguished professor of philosophy and history who retired in fall 2017, initiated the Fiat Lux Freshman Seminar Program in the two weeks between 9/11 and the beginning of the fall quarter in 2001. Read more...

Photo: Distinguished philosphy professor and former provost of the College of Letters and Sciences Brian Copenhaver retired this year. He will be remembered for creating Fiat Lux courses. (Courtesy of Brian Copenhaver)

Distinguished philosphy professor and former provost of the College of Letters and Sciences Brian Copenhaver retired this year. He will be remembered for creating Fiat Lux courses. (Courtesy of Brian Copenhaver)



The UCLA Community Programs Office, made up of student projects that emphasize access to college and community service, received $603,000 from the Social Justice Referendum.(MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

CPO increases student wages, expands food closet with referendum funds

UCLA Community Programs Office has raised student work hours and expanded projects with the extra funds received from increased student fees. CPO has received $603,000 from the 2016 Social Justice Referendum, said Antonio Sandoval, the office’s director. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Community Programs Office, made up of student projects that emphasize access to college and community service, received $603,000 from the Social Justice Referendum.(MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

The UCLA Community Programs Office, made up of student projects that emphasize access to college and community service, received $603,000 from the Social Justice Referendum.(MacKenzie Coffman/Daily Bruin)

DevX, a club that creates apps and online products geared toward UCLA students, held a soft launch earlier this month for BQuest, a website that links students considering different majors with upperclassmen ambassadors from similar fields of study. (Photo courtesy of Linea Anderson)

Club launches website to connect inquisitive students with upperclassmen mentors

This post was updated May 23 at 12:35 a.m. A new website aims to connect underclassmen who want to declare or switch their majors with upperclassmen mentors. Read more...

Photo: DevX, a club that creates apps and online products geared toward UCLA students, held a soft launch earlier this month for BQuest, a website that links students considering different majors with upperclassmen ambassadors from similar fields of study. (Photo courtesy of Linea Anderson)

DevX, a club that creates apps and online products geared toward UCLA students, held a soft launch earlier this month for BQuest, a website that links students considering different majors with upperclassmen ambassadors from similar fields of study. (Photo courtesy of Linea Anderson)



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