Monday, October 14

Zak Fisher, the Graduate Students Association president, held a press conference Thursday to address a report he filed against Chancellor Gene Block, alleging Block violated the Student Fee Advisory Committee bylaws and charter. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

GSA president publicizes report of allegations against Chancellor Gene Block

The president of the Graduate Students Association alleged Chancellor Gene Block violated the UCLA Student Fee Advisory Committee bylaws and charter in a report filed to an office of the University of California. Read more...

Photo: Zak Fisher, the Graduate Students Association president, held a press conference Thursday to address a report he filed against Chancellor Gene Block, alleging Block violated the Student Fee Advisory Committee bylaws and charter. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

Zak Fisher, the Graduate Students Association president, held a press conference Thursday to address a report he filed against Chancellor Gene Block, alleging Block violated the Student Fee Advisory Committee bylaws and charter. (James Schaap/Daily Bruin)

Landmark's Regent Theatre on Broxton Avenue will reopen in November with a new interior and auditorium seating. The renovated theater may offer beer and wine if its liquor license is approved by the city. (Daily Bruin file photo)

The Regent Theatre is awaiting a hearing for alcohol permit approval

A theater on Broxton Avenue may offer beer and wine when it reopens in November if its permit application is approved by the city. The North Westwood Neighborhood Council unanimously approved a resolution supporting the beer and wine permit application for Landmark’s Regent Theatre, which has been closed since June 14, on Wednesday. Read more...

Photo: Landmark's Regent Theatre on Broxton Avenue will reopen in November with a new interior and auditorium seating. The renovated theater may offer beer and wine if its liquor license is approved by the city. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Landmark's Regent Theatre on Broxton Avenue will reopen in November with a new interior and auditorium seating. The renovated theater may offer beer and wine if its liquor license is approved by the city. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Police and firefighters responded shortly after midnight to reports that partygoers at the Roebling Avenue block party had become unruly. Firefighters quickly extinguished a rubbish fire, and no injuries were reported, said an LAFD spokesperson. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Fire and block party on Roebling Avenue prompts firefighter, police responses

This post was updated Oct. 7 at 12:28 a.m.  The Roebling Avenue block party was shut down by police again this year after partygoers set multiple fires, witnesses said. Read more...

Photo: Police and firefighters responded shortly after midnight to reports that partygoers at the Roebling Avenue block party had become unruly. Firefighters quickly extinguished a rubbish fire, and no injuries were reported, said an LAFD spokesperson. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Police and firefighters responded shortly after midnight to reports that partygoers at the Roebling Avenue block party had become unruly. Firefighters quickly extinguished a rubbish fire, and no injuries were reported, said an LAFD spokesperson. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Former UCLA lecturer James Franco is being sued by two women who attended his acting and filmmaking school, Studio 4. The complaint accuses Franco and his associates of fraudulently convincing students to pay tuition, while giving the false hope of them acquiring job opportunities. (Creative Commons photo via Flickr)

James Franco sued for alleged financial, sexual exploitation at his acting school

This post was updated Oct. 4 at 7:27 p.m. Two women are suing actor and former UCLA lecturer James Franco and his two associates for allegedly using their acting and filmmaking school to financially and sexually exploit women. Read more...

Photo: Former UCLA lecturer James Franco is being sued by two women who attended his acting and filmmaking school, Studio 4. The complaint accuses Franco and his associates of fraudulently convincing students to pay tuition, while giving the false hope of them acquiring job opportunities. (Creative Commons photo via Flickr)

Former UCLA lecturer James Franco is being sued by two women who attended his acting and filmmaking school, Studio 4. The complaint accuses Franco and his associates of fraudulently convincing students to pay tuition, while giving the false hope of them acquiring job opportunities. (Creative Commons photo via Flickr)

Police responded to a call regarding a man allegedly with a knife at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Veteran Avenue on Friday. He reportedly drew the knife after entering into a dispute with another man. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

LAPD responds to report of man wielding knife at Wilshire Boulevard, Veteran Avenue

A man allegedly wielding a knife prompted a police response at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Veteran Avenue on Friday. Police received a call at 12:30 p.m. Read more...

Photo: Police responded to a call regarding a man allegedly with a knife at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Veteran Avenue on Friday. He reportedly drew the knife after entering into a dispute with another man. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

Police responded to a call regarding a man allegedly with a knife at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and Veteran Avenue on Friday. He reportedly drew the knife after entering into a dispute with another man. (Niveda Tennety/Assistant Photo editor)

A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Harvard University did not discriminate against Asian American students in their admissions process. The lawsuit was initially filed in 2014 by Students for Fair Admissions, a group representing Asian American students rejected from Harvard. (Courtesy of Sackton)

Federal ruling in Harvard’s favor has broader implications for affirmative action

A recent ruling in a discrimination case against Harvard University may have larger implications for the American college admissions process, experts and students said. Students for Fair Admissions, a nonprofit representing a group of Asian American students rejected from Harvard, filed a lawsuit against the university in 2014 claiming Harvard used affirmative action to discriminate against Asian American students. Read more...

Photo: A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Harvard University did not discriminate against Asian American students in their admissions process. The lawsuit was initially filed in 2014 by Students for Fair Admissions, a group representing Asian American students rejected from Harvard. (Courtesy of Sackton)

A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Harvard University did not discriminate against Asian American students in their admissions process. The lawsuit was initially filed in 2014 by Students for Fair Admissions, a group representing Asian American students rejected from Harvard. (Courtesy of Sackton)



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