Wednesday, November 21

USAC OKs two-year terms

USAC OKs two-year terms By Rashmi Nijagal Daily Bruin Staff In an effort to help strengthen students’ positions on the Associated Students of UCLA’s (ASUCLA) board of directors, the undergraduate student council joined the graduate student association last week by approving two-year appointments to the student association’s board. Read more...


Poetry bridges Mid-East conflict

Poetry bridges Mid-East conflict By Dina Weinberg Two men sat in front of a quiet group of 30 in a third-floor room of Ackerman Union. The crowd, consisting of a mix of older people and students, strained to hear their personal stories about the Middle Eastern conflict. Read more...


Site for new Arts Library raises concerns

Site for new Arts Library raises concerns Proposal aims for more construction in North Campus By Michael Howerton Contention, excitement, confusion and outrage have been sparked by a proposal to construct a new Arts Library in North Campus. Read more...


Campus student employees put up with a lot for money

Campus student employees put up with a lot for money Dogged workers tell strange stories about customers, job tasks By Dina Burwell Imagine that you are a backstage crew member for a theater production titled, "Danger Zone." During a dress rehearsal, a fellow crew member asks you to prepare an actress for a dance number. Read more...


EVP condemns alleged acts of police brutality

EVP condemns alleged acts of police brutality Proposed resolution seeks inquiry of NCAA Championship revelry By Rashmi Nijagal Daily Bruin Staff In response to the growing number of complaints of police brutality in Westwood on the night of the NCAA basketball championships, the undergraduate external vice president’s office issued a resolution condemning the alleged actions of the Los Angeles Police at last night’s council meeting. Read more...


Saying ‘bon voyage’ has become more expensive

Saying ‘bon voyage’ has become more expensive Weak U.S. dollar affects students’ budgets in all areas By Maria Beerens Despite the hit the dollar has taken at the international level, the main impact on students, apart from bruised nationalistic pride, seems to be on travel abroad. Read more...


A look at the history behind affirmative action

A look at the history behind affirmative action Policy’s brief past filled with court challenges, debates By Nancy Hsu Daily Bruin Senior Staff As opponents of affirmative action claim the policy discriminates, proponents claim it opens windows of opportunity to those long denied a foothold in American society. Read more...