Tuesday, November 21

Ben Shapiro, a conservative commentator, explained the nine elements of fascism and said left-leaning university campuses display those behaviors. (Kristie Valerie-Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

Bruin Republicans hosts ‘Ben Shapiro: The Rise of Campus Fascism’ event

This post was updated on Nov. 13 at 9:49 p.m. A conservative commentator said he thinks left-leaning university campuses display authoritarian traits at an event hosted by a conservative student group Monday. Read more...

Photo: Ben Shapiro, a conservative commentator, explained the nine elements of fascism and said left-leaning university campuses display those behaviors. (Kristie Valerie-Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)

Ben Shapiro, a conservative commentator, explained the nine elements of fascism and said left-leaning university campuses display those behaviors. (Kristie Valerie-Hoang/Assistant Photo editor)


Students learned coding and programming techniques at the Hack on the Hill event on Sunday, which was aimed at students with little or no experience with hackathons. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Students devise unique coding projects at UCLA’s Hack on the Hill

Anthony Nikodym waved a pen in front of a webcam Sunday morning as he worked with two other students to create an interactive pictionary game. Nikodym, a first-year computer science and engineering student, spent 12 hours working with his team during Hack on the Hill, a hackathon for beginners hosted by the UCLA Association for Computing Machinery. Read more...

Photo: Students learned coding and programming techniques at the Hack on the Hill event on Sunday, which was aimed at students with little or no experience with hackathons. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Students learned coding and programming techniques at the Hack on the Hill event on Sunday, which was aimed at students with little or no experience with hackathons. (Ken Shin/Daily Bruin staff)

Experts from across the United States spoke at the UCLA Conference on Art, Neuroscience and Psychiatry over the weekend. The conference focused on the integration of art and neuroscience to create new therapies for neurological disorders such as autism. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Sports editor)

Conference examines role of music in treating neurological disorders

Alex Khalil began his neuroscience lecture by striking a xylophone key with a mallet. Khalil, a professor of neurocomputational ethnomusicology at UC San Diego, and other experts from across the U.S., spoke to an audience of doctors and psychologists at the UCLA Conference on Art, Neuroscience and Psychiatry this weekend. Read more...

Photo: Experts from across the United States spoke at the UCLA Conference on Art, Neuroscience and Psychiatry over the weekend. The conference focused on the integration of art and neuroscience to create new therapies for neurological disorders such as autism. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Sports editor)

Experts from across the United States spoke at the UCLA Conference on Art, Neuroscience and Psychiatry over the weekend. The conference focused on the integration of art and neuroscience to create new therapies for neurological disorders such as autism. (Amy Dixon/Assistant Sports editor)

The Graduate Students Association and the Dashew Center for International Students a Scholars hosted "UCLA After Hours"
 to celebrate the official launching of the Hispanic/Latinx Graduate Students Association.  (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Hispanic, Latinx students represented in new graduate student group

Students from different backgrounds came together to celebrate the launching of a new Hispanic and Latinx graduate student group Thursday night. The Graduate Students Association, Hispanic/Latinx Graduate Students Association and the Dashew Center for International Students and Scholars hosted a launching party called the “UCLA After Hours” at the W Los Angeles hotel in Westwood. Read more...

Photo: The Graduate Students Association and the Dashew Center for International Students a Scholars hosted "UCLA After Hours" to celebrate the official launching of the Hispanic/Latinx Graduate Students Association. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

The Graduate Students Association and the Dashew Center for International Students a Scholars hosted "UCLA After Hours"
 to celebrate the official launching of the Hispanic/Latinx Graduate Students Association.  (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Bill Beigel, a historian and UCLA alumnus, shared stories of UCLA students and alumni who were killed in action during World War II at an event Thursday. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus memorializes UCLA alumni who died in action during WWII

A UCLA alumnus’ research is bringing attention to the hundreds of UCLA alumni and previous students who died fighting in World War II. Bill Beigel, a World War II historian and UCLA alumnus, shared his ongoing research of UCLA veterans killed in action during World War II at the James West Alumni Center on Thursday. Read more...

Photo: Bill Beigel, a historian and UCLA alumnus, shared stories of UCLA students and alumni who were killed in action during World War II at an event Thursday. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Bill Beigel, a historian and UCLA alumnus, shared stories of UCLA students and alumni who were killed in action during World War II at an event Thursday. (Dayoung Lee/Daily Bruin)

Justin Gelzhiser spoke about how campus events impact international students at the ISLC Applied Research Workshop & Mixer on Wednesday. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)

Research workshop addresses international student issues, concerns

A graduate researcher said at an event Wednesday that international students had a negative perception of UCLA following 2016′s campus shooting. At the International Student Leadership Coalition’s Applied Research Workshop in Ackerman, Justin Gelzhiser, the chair of applied research for the ISLC, said campus events like the June 2016 shooting can compound international students’ stress and homesickness. Read more...

Photo: Justin Gelzhiser spoke about how campus events impact international students at the ISLC Applied Research Workshop & Mixer on Wednesday. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)

Justin Gelzhiser spoke about how campus events impact international students at the ISLC Applied Research Workshop & Mixer on Wednesday. (Farida Saleh/Daily Bruin)


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