Sunday, July 21


Katie Naftzger, who was diagnosed in April with a rare form of leukemia, is hoping to find a stem cell donor who can match her German and Taiwanese genetic makeup. (Courtesy of Katie Naftzger)

Student receives support, searches for donor after cancer diagnosis

John Naftzger found a picture taken of his daughter last April, days before she was diagnosed with leukemia. In the photo, a boy that Katie babysat had fallen asleep with his head leaning on her arm, which was in severe pain at the time from her undiagnosed cancer. Read more...

Photo: Katie Naftzger, who was diagnosed in April with a rare form of leukemia, is hoping to find a stem cell donor who can match her German and Taiwanese genetic makeup. (Courtesy of Katie Naftzger)

Katie Naftzger, who was diagnosed in April with a rare form of leukemia, is hoping to find a stem cell donor who can match her German and Taiwanese genetic makeup. (Courtesy of Katie Naftzger)


Assistant Vice Chancellor of Campus Life Mick Deluca collected flowers, letters and other decorations remembering professor William Klug, who was killed in a shooting last Wednesday. (Marley Maron/Daily Bruin)

Memorial contents transferred, UCLA establishes Klug Family Support Fund

UCLA faculty, staff and students picked up notes and flowers from professor William Klug’s memorial Tuesday, to give to Klug’s wife and their two children. Assistant Vice Chancellor of Campus Life Mick Deluca, the undergraduate student government External Vice President Rafi Sands and several others volunteered to transfer the memorial’s contents from the Bruin Bear to Klug’s home. Read more...

Photo: Assistant Vice Chancellor of Campus Life Mick Deluca collected flowers, letters and other decorations remembering professor William Klug, who was killed in a shooting last Wednesday. (Marley Maron/Daily Bruin)

Assistant Vice Chancellor of Campus Life Mick Deluca collected flowers, letters and other decorations remembering professor William Klug, who was killed in a shooting last Wednesday. (Marley Maron/Daily Bruin)



Clinical psychology professor Thomas Bradbury said students find comfort in his dog, Diamond, after difficult exams. (Courtesy of Thomas Bradbury)

Campus dogs leave impact on hearts of UCLA community

Students and professors often bring their dogs to UCLA, whether to help serve as an icebreaker in large classes or just for socializing around campus. Get to know some of these dogs and their owners. Read more...

Photo: Clinical psychology professor Thomas Bradbury said students find comfort in his dog, Diamond, after difficult exams. (Courtesy of Thomas Bradbury)

Clinical psychology professor Thomas Bradbury said students find comfort in his dog, Diamond, after difficult exams. (Courtesy of Thomas Bradbury)


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