Thursday, April 26


Families of garment, janitorial and domestic workers involved in UCLA Labor Center’s Parent Worker Project came to UCLA on Saturday to spend a day on campus and learn more about how they can access higher education. (courtesy of Wil Prada)

Children from working-class families invited to UCLA to see opportunities

Maria Mena, a janitor at Santa Monica College, brought her son to UCLA on Saturday to motivate him to pursue higher education. “A lot of kids in our community aren’t motivated to go to college because they don’t think it’s for them, so they don’t go,” she said. Read more...

Photo: Families of garment, janitorial and domestic workers involved in UCLA Labor Center’s Parent Worker Project came to UCLA on Saturday to spend a day on campus and learn more about how they can access higher education. (courtesy of Wil Prada)

Families of garment, janitorial and domestic workers involved in UCLA Labor Center’s Parent Worker Project came to UCLA on Saturday to spend a day on campus and learn more about how they can access higher education. (courtesy of Wil Prada)

The Luskin School of Public Affairs announced the creation of the public affairs major Monday. The major offers a multidisciplinary social science curriculum and requires students to participate in a capstone experience. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Luskin School of Public Affairs to create its first undergraduate major

Students will be able to take a new major that teaches students how to approach societal issues starting in fall. The UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs announced the creation of the public affairs major Monday. Read more...

Photo: The Luskin School of Public Affairs announced the creation of the public affairs major Monday. The major offers a multidisciplinary social science curriculum and requires students to participate in a capstone experience. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Luskin School of Public Affairs announced the creation of the public affairs major Monday. The major offers a multidisciplinary social science curriculum and requires students to participate in a capstone experience. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The For the People slate is running three candidates, including Kosi Ogbuli, Nidirah Stephens and Sarena Khasawneh, in this year's undergraduate student government elections. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor, Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor, Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

For the People slate aims to empower student groups by addressing inequity

Members of a new student-run political group said their coalition aims to use the undergraduate student government’s resources to address inequities among students on campus. For the People is running three candidates, including Kosi Ogbuli, Nidirah Stephens and Sarena Khasawneh, in this year’s Undergraduate Students Association Council election in May. Read more...

Photo: The For the People slate is running three candidates, including Kosi Ogbuli, Nidirah Stephens and Sarena Khasawneh, in this year's undergraduate student government elections. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor, Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor, Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

The For the People slate is running three candidates, including Kosi Ogbuli, Nidirah Stephens and Sarena Khasawneh, in this year's undergraduate student government elections. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Photo editor, Hannah Burnett/Assistant Photo editor, Habeba Mostafa/Daily Bruin)

The Bruin Bike Share program expanded its services Monday to connect with bike share programs in Santa Monica, Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Bruin Bike Share cruises beyond Westwood area in new joint program

Students can now rent a bike and drop it off at designated locations in Santa Monica, Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. The Bruin Bike Share program expanded its services Monday to connect with Santa Monica’s Breeze Bike Share program, the Beverly Hills Bike Share program and the WeHo Pedals Bike Share program. Read more...

Photo: The Bruin Bike Share program expanded its services Monday to connect with bike share programs in Santa Monica, Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Bruin Bike Share program expanded its services Monday to connect with bike share programs in Santa Monica, Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Charles Goodwin, a professor emeritus in the department of applied linguistics, died on March 31 due to cancer. He was 74. (Courtesy of UCLA Center for Language, Interaction, and Culture)

Professor dies at 74, remembered for curiosity, linguistic advances

UCLA faculty remember Charles Goodwin for making strides in researchers’ understanding of human speech. Goodwin, a distinguished professor emeritus in the department of applied linguistics, died on March 31 due to cancer. Read more...

Photo: Charles Goodwin, a professor emeritus in the department of applied linguistics, died on March 31 due to cancer. He was 74. (Courtesy of UCLA Center for Language, Interaction, and Culture)

Charles Goodwin, a professor emeritus in the department of applied linguistics, died on March 31 due to cancer. He was 74. (Courtesy of UCLA Center for Language, Interaction, and Culture)