Wednesday, June 26

Marc Kalis, 22, had last been seen three weeks ago moving out of Sproul Hall. His mother, Christina Kalis, said he was located and found safe May 31.(Courtesy of Christina Kalis)

Previously missing student reported to be located and safe

This post was updated June 2 at 3:52 p.m. A student was found after previously being reported missing. Marc Kalis, a fourth-year statistics student, was reported to be located and safe by his mother, Christina Kalis, on May 31 after being reported missing for almost three weeks. Read more...

Photo: Marc Kalis, 22, had last been seen three weeks ago moving out of Sproul Hall. His mother, Christina Kalis, said he was located and found safe May 31.(Courtesy of Christina Kalis)

Marc Kalis, 22, had last been seen three weeks ago moving out of Sproul Hall. His mother, Christina Kalis, said he was located and found safe May 31.(Courtesy of Christina Kalis)

(Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Centennial event honors Reginaldo Francisco del Valle, one of UCLA’s founders

Students and faculty celebrated one of UCLA’s Latino founders for the first time Friday. Attendees of “Remembering UCLA’s Latino Forefather,” gathered at Founder’s Rock to celebrate Reginaldo Francisco del Valle, a Latino state senator who introduced legislation in 1881 establishing the Branch State Normal School in Los Angeles, which later became UCLA. Read more...

Photo: (Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

(Kanishka Mehra/Daily Bruin)

Achuta Kadambi, an assistant electrical and computer engineering professor, received a National Science Foundation award for his research. If successful, his research could improve the technology used in search and rescue missions. (Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)

Engineering professor wins $175,000 award for potentially lifesaving research

A UCLA professor earned a National Science Foundation award for research that could improve the technology used in search and rescue missions, according to a university press release Thursday. Read more...

Photo: Achuta Kadambi, an assistant electrical and computer engineering professor, received a National Science Foundation award for his research. If successful, his research could improve the technology used in search and rescue missions. (Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)

Achuta Kadambi, an assistant electrical and computer engineering professor, received a National Science Foundation award for his research. If successful, his research could improve the technology used in search and rescue missions. (Courtesy of UCLA Newsroom)

Steven Shafer, supervising attorney for the Legal Orientation Program for Custodians of Unaccompanied Minors and UCLA law school alumnus, spoke at the inaugural Immigrant Youth Speaker Series, an event hosted by the Immigrant Youth Task Force at UCLA. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Panel discusses psychological impact of border centers of detained immigrant youth

Lisa Gantz said her experience working with immigrant children at a detention center in Brownsville, Texas, inspired her to create a task force at UCLA dedicated to helping immigrant youths at the Mexico-U.S. Read more...

Photo: Steven Shafer, supervising attorney for the Legal Orientation Program for Custodians of Unaccompanied Minors and UCLA law school alumnus, spoke at the inaugural Immigrant Youth Speaker Series, an event hosted by the Immigrant Youth Task Force at UCLA. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Steven Shafer, supervising attorney for the Legal Orientation Program for Custodians of Unaccompanied Minors and UCLA law school alumnus, spoke at the inaugural Immigrant Youth Speaker Series, an event hosted by the Immigrant Youth Task Force at UCLA. (Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

Michael Chung, a UCLA alumnus, was appointed as the new assistant dean for the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture. Chung, who graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in English, will take over for the current assistant dean on June 3. (Daily Bruin file photo)

New assistant dean of School of the Arts and Architecture to begin role in June

A UCLA alumnus was appointed the new assistant dean for the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture, according to a press release Wednesday. Michael Chung, who graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in English, will take over for the current assistant dean, Guy Custis, on June 3. Read more...

Photo: Michael Chung, a UCLA alumnus, was appointed as the new assistant dean for the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture. Chung, who graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in English, will take over for the current assistant dean on June 3. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Michael Chung, a UCLA alumnus, was appointed as the new assistant dean for the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture. Chung, who graduated from UCLA with a bachelor’s degree in English, will take over for the current assistant dean on June 3. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA updated its policy for animals on campus after several students and visitors attempted to pass off their animals as service dogs. The policy will not affect campus therapy dogs events.(Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

New policy aims to prevent misrepresentation, disruption of service animals

UCLA updated its animal access policy to clarify which animals are allowed in campus buildings after several students attempted to pass off their dogs as service dogs. Read more...

Photo: UCLA updated its policy for animals on campus after several students and visitors attempted to pass off their animals as service dogs. The policy will not affect campus therapy dogs events.(Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

UCLA updated its policy for animals on campus after several students and visitors attempted to pass off their animals as service dogs. The policy will not affect campus therapy dogs events.(Niveda Tennety/Daily Bruin)

The On-Campus Housing Council and Resident Government Council, which are some of the governing bodies of the Hill, voted to ratify a new constitution on Feb. 26. The constitution will change student representative stipends amounts. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Amendments to housing, residential councils’ constitution include change to stipends

Residential student officials can receive increased retroactive pay this year following constitutional changes to officials’ stipends. The On-Campus Housing Council and the Resident Government Council, which oversee student representative governments on the Hill, approved the retroactive pay increase when ratifying their new governing document Feb. Read more...

Photo: The On-Campus Housing Council and Resident Government Council, which are some of the governing bodies of the Hill, voted to ratify a new constitution on Feb. 26. The constitution will change student representative stipends amounts. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The On-Campus Housing Council and Resident Government Council, which are some of the governing bodies of the Hill, voted to ratify a new constitution on Feb. 26. The constitution will change student representative stipends amounts. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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