Thursday, July 18

Antonio Bernardo, a finance professor who has taught at UCLA for 25 years, was named the new dean of the Anderson School of Management, according to a university press release Friday. He will take over the position from the current interim dean Al Osborne on July 1. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Anderson School of Management appoints new dean to start July 1

A UCLA professor was named the new dean of the Anderson School of Management, according to a university press release Friday. Antonio Bernardo, a finance professor who has taught at UCLA for 25 years, will take over the position from the current interim dean Al Osborne on July 1. Read more...

Photo: Antonio Bernardo, a finance professor who has taught at UCLA for 25 years, was named the new dean of the Anderson School of Management, according to a university press release Friday. He will take over the position from the current interim dean Al Osborne on July 1. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Antonio Bernardo, a finance professor who has taught at UCLA for 25 years, was named the new dean of the Anderson School of Management, according to a university press release Friday. He will take over the position from the current interim dean Al Osborne on July 1. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health advised several people who may have been exposed to the disease in Murphy Hall to get vaccinated after a case of whooping cough was confirmed at UCLA. (Daily Bruin file photo)

County officials issue precautions after individual diagnosed with whooping cough

This post was updated 2:04 p.m. on May 31. An individual at UCLA was diagnosed with whooping cough, prompting county health officials to advise several people on campus to get vaccinations. Read more...

Photo: The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health advised several people who may have been exposed to the disease in Murphy Hall to get vaccinated after a case of whooping cough was confirmed at UCLA. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health advised several people who may have been exposed to the disease in Murphy Hall to get vaccinated after a case of whooping cough was confirmed at UCLA. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Asian Pacific Coalition and other Southeast Asian groups in universities across the country advocated last week against deportations of members of the Southeast Asian American community. The week ended with a forum in which speakers discussed how to respond to deportation orders. (Courtesy of Jason Vu)

‘Week of action’ promotes Southeast Asian solidarity with campaigns, forums

Southeast Asian student groups at UCLA and across the nation called attention to rising deportation rates of Southeast Asian Americans under President Donald Trump’s administration. The Asian Pacific Coalition at UCLA, several of its member organizations and Southeast Asian student groups nationwide held a “week of action” last week to raise awareness about the issue. Read more...

Photo: The Asian Pacific Coalition and other Southeast Asian groups in universities across the country advocated last week against deportations of members of the Southeast Asian American community. The week ended with a forum in which speakers discussed how to respond to deportation orders. (Courtesy of Jason Vu)

The Asian Pacific Coalition and other Southeast Asian groups in universities across the country advocated last week against deportations of members of the Southeast Asian American community. The week ended with a forum in which speakers discussed how to respond to deportation orders. (Courtesy of Jason Vu)

DataRes at UCLA, the first student organization on campus dedicated to the study and practice of data science, held its first showcase Wednesday. Club members presented data projects ranging from comparisons of Los Angeles crime statistics by neighborhood to models tracking Earthlike planets around other stars. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)

DataRes showcases data science’s scope, from Earthlike exoplanets to LA crime stats

Mason MacDougall presented a model that uses data science to help astronomers find planets with the same living conditions as on Earth by monitoring nearby stars. Read more...

Photo: DataRes at UCLA, the first student organization on campus dedicated to the study and practice of data science, held its first showcase Wednesday. Club members presented data projects ranging from comparisons of Los Angeles crime statistics by neighborhood to models tracking Earthlike planets around other stars. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)

DataRes at UCLA, the first student organization on campus dedicated to the study and practice of data science, held its first showcase Wednesday. Club members presented data projects ranging from comparisons of Los Angeles crime statistics by neighborhood to models tracking Earthlike planets around other stars. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)

Rev. James Lawson, acclaimed civil rights activist and UCLA lecturer, gave an opening speech during a teach-in Thursday. The event, which featured student presentations and a panel of activists, was organized by students in Lawson's class. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)

Rev. Lawson’s class hosts ‘teach-in’ to discuss nonviolence in modern activism

Rev. James Lawson said he thinks more nonviolent activism is necessary to eliminate segregation, hatred, violence and fear in the United States. Lawson was one of the speakers at a “teach-in” organized by students in the course Labor and Workplace Studies M173: “Nonviolence and Social Movements,” which is taught by Lawson, a UCLA lecturer and civil rights activist who worked closely with Martin Luther King Jr. Read more...

Photo: Rev. James Lawson, acclaimed civil rights activist and UCLA lecturer, gave an opening speech during a teach-in Thursday. The event, which featured student presentations and a panel of activists, was organized by students in Lawson's class. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)

Rev. James Lawson, acclaimed civil rights activist and UCLA lecturer, gave an opening speech during a teach-in Thursday. The event, which featured student presentations and a panel of activists, was organized by students in Lawson's class. (Emily Ng/Daily Bruin)

Covel Dining Hall and De Neve Grab ‘n' Go will be renovated over the summer. Covel will have added guest space and an expanded kitchen, and De Neve Grab ‘n' Go will have new menu items. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA Dining to renovate Covel, De Neve Grab ‘n’ Go dining halls over the summer

UCLA Dining will renovate two dining halls this summer. Covel Commons Residential Restaurant and De Neve Grab ‘n’ Go will undergo renovations this summer and reopen fall quarter of 2019. Read more...

Photo: Covel Dining Hall and De Neve Grab ‘n' Go will be renovated over the summer. Covel will have added guest space and an expanded kitchen, and De Neve Grab ‘n' Go will have new menu items. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Covel Dining Hall and De Neve Grab ‘n' Go will be renovated over the summer. Covel will have added guest space and an expanded kitchen, and De Neve Grab ‘n' Go will have new menu items. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Undergraduate Students Association Council unanimously appointed Kyana Shajari as election board chair. She announced the 2019 USAC election results as election board chair in April.  (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

Previous USAC election board chair re-appointed for next year

This post was updated May 30 at 3:28 p.m. Student government leaders appointed their main election coordinator Tuesday. The Undergraduate Students Association Council voted unanimously to re-appoint Kyana Shajari, a third-year psychology student, as election board chair. Read more...

Photo: The Undergraduate Students Association Council unanimously appointed Kyana Shajari as election board chair. She announced the 2019 USAC election results as election board chair in April. (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)

The Undergraduate Students Association Council unanimously appointed Kyana Shajari as election board chair. She announced the 2019 USAC election results as election board chair in April.  (Tanmay Shankar/Daily Bruin)


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