Wednesday, January 23

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center's patient safety scores severely lag behind those of comparable institutions, particularly because of preventable incidents like foreign objects left inside patients, according to a hospital safety group. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Patient safety scores low at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center’s patient safety scores severely lag behind those of comparable institutions, particularly because of preventable incidents such as post-surgery infections and dangerous objects left in patients, according to a hospital safety group. Read more...

Photo: Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center's patient safety scores severely lag behind those of comparable institutions, particularly because of preventable incidents like foreign objects left inside patients, according to a hospital safety group. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center's patient safety scores severely lag behind those of comparable institutions, particularly because of preventable incidents like foreign objects left inside patients, according to a hospital safety group. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Several leaked emails to the Daily Bruin showed Bruins United candidates, including current USAC President Avinoam Baral, soliciting donations from pro-Israel donors. (Joseph Chan/Daily Bruin)

Leaked emails reveal hidden sources of Bruins United campaign funds

Dozens of emails show that several members of the Bruins United slate have quietly solicited money from pro-Israel donors for at least the past two undergraduate student government elections, despite concerns about external influences having an unacknowledged voice in council decisions. Read more...

Photo: Several leaked emails to the Daily Bruin showed Bruins United candidates, including current USAC President Avinoam Baral, soliciting donations from pro-Israel donors. (Joseph Chan/Daily Bruin)

Several leaked emails to the Daily Bruin showed Bruins United candidates, including current USAC President Avinoam Baral, soliciting donations from pro-Israel donors. (Joseph Chan/Daily Bruin)




Nisha Gujral, a third-year communications studies and world arts and cultures/dance student, enjoying the soup that she eats with Yael Levin each day at dinner time.
(Yael Levin, Bruin staff)

Food and new customs break down language barriers

There are few things I love more than food. Cooking it, decorating with it, eating it – whatever it is, I’m down. And I’m not a picky eater by any means. Read more...

Photo: Nisha Gujral, a third-year communications studies and world arts and cultures/dance student, enjoying the soup that she eats with Yael Levin each day at dinner time. (Yael Levin, Bruin staff)

Nisha Gujral, a third-year communications studies and world arts and cultures/dance student, enjoying the soup that she eats with Yael Levin each day at dinner time.
(Yael Levin, Bruin staff)



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