Sunday, July 21



Will Conley, an assistant adjunct professor of mathematics, won the My Last Lecture Award on Tuesday. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

Mathematics department’s Will Conley receives My Last Lecture Award

Throughout the school year, Will Conley spends many nights at UCLA, coaching students in his review sessions and greeting them not only with firm handshakes and polite hellos, but also hugs, requests for selfies and laughs. Read more...

Photo: Will Conley, an assistant adjunct professor of mathematics, won the My Last Lecture Award on Tuesday. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

Will Conley, an assistant adjunct professor of mathematics, won the My Last Lecture Award on Tuesday. (Kathy Chen/Daily Bruin)

Teaching assistant Jack Caughey said he allows his students to complete only the assignments that interest them. Caughey said he thinks when students choose their own paths in the course, their work is more creative. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

English TA allows students to pursue multiple ways to earn their As

Students in Jack Caughey’s class can turn in annotated McDonald’s menus and “interview” poems for class assignments. Caughey, a teaching assistant for English 4W: “Critical Reading and Writing,” encourages students to build their own syllabi. Read more...

Photo: Teaching assistant Jack Caughey said he allows his students to complete only the assignments that interest them. Caughey said he thinks when students choose their own paths in the course, their work is more creative. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)

Teaching assistant Jack Caughey said he allows his students to complete only the assignments that interest them. Caughey said he thinks when students choose their own paths in the course, their work is more creative. (Shelby Scoggins/Daily Bruin)


Daisy Lomeli, a fourth-year criminal justice student at California State University, Los Angeles, said it was hard to adjust to the loneliness of boot camp but describes it as a rewarding experience. (Kevin Truong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

ROTC cadets take training to heart, apply skills in real world

During his first year at UCLA, Antonio Henry spent one weekend every month stringing IVs into dummy arms and leading physical training at the 349th Combat Support Hospital in Bell, California. Read more...

Photo: Daisy Lomeli, a fourth-year criminal justice student at California State University, Los Angeles, said it was hard to adjust to the loneliness of boot camp but describes it as a rewarding experience. (Kevin Truong/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Daisy Lomeli, a fourth-year criminal justice student at California State University, Los Angeles, said it was hard to adjust to the loneliness of boot camp but describes it as a rewarding experience. (Kevin Truong/Daily Bruin senior staff)



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