Monday, December 16

All current proposals for the Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project – a Los Angeles Metro service that will connect the San Fernando Valley with the Westside – include a connection to the planned Westwood station for the Purple Line Extension, according to a feasibility report released in early November. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Potential plans for UCLA-based rail station presented in LA Metro report

A transit rail station is likely to be built at UCLA in an upcoming project, according to a Los Angeles Metro feasibility report. The report, which was released in early November, indicates plans for either a heavy rail or monorail transit service extending from the Metro Expo Line in the south to the Metrolink Van Nuys Station in the north. Read more...

Photo: All current proposals for the Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project – a Los Angeles Metro service that will connect the San Fernando Valley with the Westside – include a connection to the planned Westwood station for the Purple Line Extension, according to a feasibility report released in early November. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

All current proposals for the Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project – a Los Angeles Metro service that will connect the San Fernando Valley with the Westside – include a connection to the planned Westwood station for the Purple Line Extension, according to a feasibility report released in early November. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Approximately 5,700 Westwood and Brentwood residents lost power Wednesday, according to a Los Angeles Department of Water and Power spokesperson. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Power outage affects over 5,000 residents in parts of Westwood, Brentwood

Over 5,000 Westwood and Brentwood residents lost power Wednesday. Approximately 5,700 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers in the Westwood and Brentwood areas were affected by a power outage Wednesday, said Michael Ventre, an LADWP spokesperson around 1:50 p.m. Read more...

Photo: Approximately 5,700 Westwood and Brentwood residents lost power Wednesday, according to a Los Angeles Department of Water and Power spokesperson. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Approximately 5,700 Westwood and Brentwood residents lost power Wednesday, according to a Los Angeles Department of Water and Power spokesperson. (Daily Bruin file photo)



Protesters march through Westwood in support of the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong and China. The protesters aimed to raise awareness of the police crackdown on protesters in Hong Kong and criticize Beijing's influence over the region. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Protesters in Westwood march in support of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement

More than two dozen activists marched in Westwood Village on Saturday in solidarity with pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. The march in Westwood, organized by Free China Movement, a pro-democracy activist group founded two weeks ago, supported not only the Hong Kong protests, but also democracy in mainland China and the recognition of Taiwan. Read more...

Photo: Protesters march through Westwood in support of the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong and China. The protesters aimed to raise awareness of the police crackdown on protesters in Hong Kong and criticize Beijing's influence over the region. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Protesters march through Westwood in support of the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong and China. The protesters aimed to raise awareness of the police crackdown on protesters in Hong Kong and criticize Beijing's influence over the region. (Jintak Han/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The UCLA Sustainability Committee, founded in 2004 to increase environmental sustainability on campus, has been auditing the food waste created by residential dining halls for the current and past academic years. Students turning in their dishes waited to have their leftover food weighed and recorded by volunteers during audits Nov. 18 and Nov. 20 at the De Neve and Feast at Reiber dining halls. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA Dining uses food waste audits to aid in sustainability mission, awareness

On a November day in Feast at Rieber, students bearing nearly empty plates to the dish drop-off to be washed instead waited their turn to have their leftover food weighed. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Sustainability Committee, founded in 2004 to increase environmental sustainability on campus, has been auditing the food waste created by residential dining halls for the current and past academic years. Students turning in their dishes waited to have their leftover food weighed and recorded by volunteers during audits Nov. 18 and Nov. 20 at the De Neve and Feast at Reiber dining halls. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The UCLA Sustainability Committee, founded in 2004 to increase environmental sustainability on campus, has been auditing the food waste created by residential dining halls for the current and past academic years. Students turning in their dishes waited to have their leftover food weighed and recorded by volunteers during audits Nov. 18 and Nov. 20 at the De Neve and Feast at Reiber dining halls. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Rebecca Ora, a graduate student at UC Santa Cruz, accused Regent George Kieffer of grasping her thigh at a dinner with other UC students prior to the November 2014 regents meeting. At the November 2019 regents meeting, Ora called for Kieffer to step down and for greater oversight of the board. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Student leaders call for revision of UC Board of Regents sexual misconduct policy

Sexual misconduct allegations have prompted University of California student leaders to call for policy changes among the governing board of the University system. Members of student organizations across the UC said in a statement released Nov. Read more...

Photo: Rebecca Ora, a graduate student at UC Santa Cruz, accused Regent George Kieffer of grasping her thigh at a dinner with other UC students prior to the November 2014 regents meeting. At the November 2019 regents meeting, Ora called for Kieffer to step down and for greater oversight of the board. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Rebecca Ora, a graduate student at UC Santa Cruz, accused Regent George Kieffer of grasping her thigh at a dinner with other UC students prior to the November 2014 regents meeting. At the November 2019 regents meeting, Ora called for Kieffer to step down and for greater oversight of the board. (Daily Bruin file photo)