Friday, November 16

Kristy Edmunds, executive and artistic director of CAP at UCLA said ownership of the Crest Theater allows CAP to host more small productions than a rental space or Royce Hall. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

New purchase of historic Crest Theater latest in trend of UCLA property purchases

UCLA’s recent purchase of a historic theater is the newest in a long string of local property acquisitions by the university in Westwood. The UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture announced its acquisition of the Crest Theater in Westwood in late October. Read more...

Photo: Kristy Edmunds, executive and artistic director of CAP at UCLA said ownership of the Crest Theater allows CAP to host more small productions than a rental space or Royce Hall. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Kristy Edmunds, executive and artistic director of CAP at UCLA said ownership of the Crest Theater allows CAP to host more small productions than a rental space or Royce Hall. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Several students said a single polling place caused a long line that made voting more difficult than it should have been. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Long lines for midterm voting in Ackerman Union frustrate students

This post was updated Nov. 7 at 11:11 a.m. Students said they nearly gave up on voting in Tuesday’s election due to long lines. Students waited as long as two hours to vote in the U.S. Read more...

Photo: Several students said a single polling place caused a long line that made voting more difficult than it should have been. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Several students said a single polling place caused a long line that made voting more difficult than it should have been. (Liz Ketcham/Assistant Photo editor)

Camille Ng, left, found Hugs in a Blanket in 2016 to help underprivileged communities. Melissa Palacios, right, is one of the initial signatories who helped Ng found the club. (Jocelyn Dao/Daily Bruin)

Hugs in a Blanket weaves comfort for disadvantaged children and veterans

Camille Ng volunteered at orphanages as a teenager, where she witnessed drastic conditions that left children shivering and neglected. The issue of neglected foster children resonated with Ng, a second-year biology student, because she was an orphan herself. Read more...

Photo: Camille Ng, left, found Hugs in a Blanket in 2016 to help underprivileged communities. Melissa Palacios, right, is one of the initial signatories who helped Ng found the club. (Jocelyn Dao/Daily Bruin)

Camille Ng, left, found Hugs in a Blanket in 2016 to help underprivileged communities. Melissa Palacios, right, is one of the initial signatories who helped Ng found the club. (Jocelyn Dao/Daily Bruin)

Arden Levy, a co-director of BruinsVOTE!, said alumni brought their dog, Zeus, to a volunteer training. Zeus was given a BruinsVOTE! T-shirt and helped students register voters for the day. (Courtesy of Louise Weiss-Reitz)

BruinsVOTE! campaigns to register as many students as possible for midterms

A voter registration campaign made up of student activists, student government members and a dog named Zeus has registered roughly 3,000 students to vote for the midterm election. Read more...

Photo: Arden Levy, a co-director of BruinsVOTE!, said alumni brought their dog, Zeus, to a volunteer training. Zeus was given a BruinsVOTE! T-shirt and helped students register voters for the day. (Courtesy of Louise Weiss-Reitz)

Arden Levy, a co-director of BruinsVOTE!, said alumni brought their dog, Zeus, to a volunteer training. Zeus was given a BruinsVOTE! T-shirt and helped students register voters for the day. (Courtesy of Louise Weiss-Reitz)


Students went on the first Diverse City Tour of the year Saturday, visiting historical and cultural sites in Downtown Los Angeles such as the Last Bookstore, the Bradbury Building and the "Pope of Broadway" mural. The tour is housed under the Cultural Affairs Commission. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Tour program takes students downtown to explore historic sites

Students spent their Saturday exploring historical and cultural sites in Downtown Los Angeles on the first Diverse City Tour of the year. The Diverse City Tours program, housed under the Cultural Affairs Commission within the Undergraduate Students Association Council, allows students to venture outside Westwood and learn more about Los Angeles for free. Read more...

Photo: Students went on the first Diverse City Tour of the year Saturday, visiting historical and cultural sites in Downtown Los Angeles such as the Last Bookstore, the Bradbury Building and the "Pope of Broadway" mural. The tour is housed under the Cultural Affairs Commission. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Students went on the first Diverse City Tour of the year Saturday, visiting historical and cultural sites in Downtown Los Angeles such as the Last Bookstore, the Bradbury Building and the "Pope of Broadway" mural. The tour is housed under the Cultural Affairs Commission. (Andy Bao/Daily Bruin)

Good Clothes Good People, a nonprofit organization that collects and donates these products, collaborated with 16 student groups, including Undergraduate Students Asociation Council and Hunger Project at UCLA. Some students said they feel the redistribution center will give nontraditional students a welcoming space on campus. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Student-run basic needs redistribution center to open in activities center

A student-run basic needs center opened Friday to distribute free resources on campus. The Good Clothes Good People redistribution center in Student Activities Center B54 will offer students a centralized place to donate and pick up clothes, school supplies and hygiene products. Read more...

Photo: Good Clothes Good People, a nonprofit organization that collects and donates these products, collaborated with 16 student groups, including Undergraduate Students Asociation Council and Hunger Project at UCLA. Some students said they feel the redistribution center will give nontraditional students a welcoming space on campus. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Good Clothes Good People, a nonprofit organization that collects and donates these products, collaborated with 16 student groups, including Undergraduate Students Asociation Council and Hunger Project at UCLA. Some students said they feel the redistribution center will give nontraditional students a welcoming space on campus. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)


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