Saturday, September 23


The UCLA Faculty Women's Club will celebrate its centennial in March 2018 and has planned a series of celebratory activities for the upcoming year. (Courtesy of the UCLA Faculty Women's Club)

Faculty Women’s Club celebrates 100 years of empowering women

A UCLA group created to fight for women’s rights before UCLA was even established will be celebrating its centenary this year. The UCLA Faculty Women’s Club is holding several programs for its members over the next few months, including dinners and galas, to celebrate the centenary. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Faculty Women's Club will celebrate its centennial in March 2018 and has planned a series of celebratory activities for the upcoming year. (Courtesy of the UCLA Faculty Women's Club)

The UCLA Faculty Women's Club will celebrate its centennial in March 2018 and has planned a series of celebratory activities for the upcoming year. (Courtesy of the UCLA Faculty Women's Club)

Yael Pineda, a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipient who graduated in the spring, spoke to the Daily Bruin about her concerns for the future after President Donald Trump ended the program. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Student DACA recipients voice concerns over past obstacles, future fears

As a child, Karen Coronilla would get upset when her father would come home after a day’s work in construction or gardening without any pay. “He’d say, ‘Well I didn’t get paid today, I’m undocumented so there’s nothing I can do,’” Coronilla said. Read more...

Photo: Yael Pineda, a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipient who graduated in the spring, spoke to the Daily Bruin about her concerns for the future after President Donald Trump ended the program. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Yael Pineda, a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipient who graduated in the spring, spoke to the Daily Bruin about her concerns for the future after President Donald Trump ended the program. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Many restaurants and retail businesses closed down in Westwood Village and moved to other locations, such as Culver City. Some said they think expanding Westwood's retail market will bring more stability to the Village. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Struggling Westwood businesses close, but Village has growth potential

An Italian restaurant recently sent out a final round of invitations for guests to dine at its Westwood location before it closes its doors. Palomino Restaurant & Bar, which has been in Westwood for 18 years, will close Sept. Read more...

Photo: Many restaurants and retail businesses closed down in Westwood Village and moved to other locations, such as Culver City. Some said they think expanding Westwood's retail market will bring more stability to the Village. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Many restaurants and retail businesses closed down in Westwood Village and moved to other locations, such as Culver City. Some said they think expanding Westwood's retail market will bring more stability to the Village. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The IOP program at UCLA, led by Dr. Lindsey Bergman and Dr. Michelle Rozenman, helps child patients with severe obsessive compulsive disorder. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

UCLA’s Intensive Outpatient Program helps patients overcome severe OCD

One of Lindsey Bergman’s patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder was afraid of black cats because he felt they were associated with bad luck. After participating in research-based therapy at UCLA’s Intensive Outpatient Program, the patient was able to pet a black cat. Read more...

Photo: The IOP program at UCLA, led by Dr. Lindsey Bergman and Dr. Michelle Rozenman, helps child patients with severe obsessive compulsive disorder. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

The IOP program at UCLA, led by Dr. Lindsey Bergman and Dr. Michelle Rozenman, helps child patients with severe obsessive compulsive disorder. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

Associate professor Aomar Boum conducts research on Jewish history in his native country of Morocco, providing insight into today's Moroccan Jewish communities around the world. (Pablo Munoz/Daily Bruin)

Associate professor explores history, reality of Moroccan Jewish community

Aomar Boum said his research on Jewish history in his home country of Morocco brings local attention to that history and helps people reconnect with their historic roots. Read more...

Photo: Associate professor Aomar Boum conducts research on Jewish history in his native country of Morocco, providing insight into today's Moroccan Jewish communities around the world. (Pablo Munoz/Daily Bruin)

Associate professor Aomar Boum conducts research on Jewish history in his native country of Morocco, providing insight into today's Moroccan Jewish communities around the world. (Pablo Munoz/Daily Bruin)

The IOP program at UCLA, led by Dr. Lindsey Bergman and Dr. Michelle Rozenman, helps child patients with severe obsessive compulsive disorder. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

UCLA’s Intensive Outpatient Program helps patients overcome severe OCD

One of Lindsey Bergman’s patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder was afraid of black cats because he felt they were associated with bad luck. After participating in research-based therapy at UCLA’s Intensive Outpatient Program, the patient was able to pet a black cat. Read more...

Photo: The IOP program at UCLA, led by Dr. Lindsey Bergman and Dr. Michelle Rozenman, helps child patients with severe obsessive compulsive disorder. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)

The IOP program at UCLA, led by Dr. Lindsey Bergman and Dr. Michelle Rozenman, helps child patients with severe obsessive compulsive disorder. (Michael Zshornack/Photo editor)