Sunday, May 27

Rain causes three-month delay in construction

Rain causes three-month delay in construction Students face assessment of quarterly fee to offset seismic renovations costs By Ryan Ozimek Due to the record-heavy rains that hit Southern California this past winter, the $60 million seismic renovation and expansion of Kerckhoff Hall and Ackerman Union will take three months longer than originally planned. Read more...


J-Board members charged with election violations

J-Board members charged with election violations Student government mounts investigation of spring controversy By Brooke Olson Two members of the powerful undergraduate Judicial Board were formally charged Tuesday for violating student government guidelines during last spring’s controversial election. Read more...



Joe Bruin, beloved UCLA mascot, receives another makeover in an attempt to give him an updated ’90s

Past and Present Joe Bruin, beloved UCLA mascot, receives another makeover in an attempt to give him an updated ’90s look By Susan Lee hen the students’ association set out to redesign UCLA’s venerable Joe Bruin mascot, the developers were faced with a daunting challenge – balancing tradition, progress, profits, athletic aggressiveness and the university’s full diversity. Read more...


Comedians film at UCLA fraternity

Comedians film at UCLA fraternity David Spade, Chris Farley join Bruins to promote their new film ‘Black Sheep’ By Jennifer Louie Members of the Pi Kappa Alpha house got a rare chance to appear in an MTV commercial yesterday afternoon. Read more...


Learning-disabled test status increases

Learning-disabled test status increases Reports say time limit exemption prompts new trend By Rachanee Srisavasdi A growing number of high school students are declaring themselves "learning disabled" in order to take the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) without time limits, new reports indicated. Read more...


Reliability of SAT debated in academia

Reliability of SAT debated in academia College Board says test is fair, others cite score disparities By Rachanee Srisavasdi To most high-school students, the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is not only just another obstacle to being admitted to college, but is an arguably unfair measurement of how well a student will do in college. Read more...